noun, genitive Scor·pi·i [skawr-pee-ahy]. /ˈskɔr piˌaɪ/. Astronomy.
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Example sentences from the Web for Scorpius
The male of the Cottus scorpius, or sea-scorpion, is more slender and smaller than the female.The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex|Charles Darwin
If the Scorpius gets back soon, we can get the shielding before our radiation dosage has built up very high.
Rip watched the boat rise upward to the great, sleek, dark bulk of the Scorpius.
The Scorpius had reached velocity, and the nuclear drive had cut out.
Fire flamed from the stern tubes for an instant, and then there was nothing but a fading glow where the Scorpius had been.