noun, genitive Vo·lan·tis [voh-lan-tis] /voʊˈlæn tɪs/. Astronomy.
the Flying Fish, a southern constellation between Carina and Hydrus.
Origin of Volans
< Latin, present participle of volāre to fly
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noun Latin genitive Volantis (vəʊˈlæntɪs)
a small constellation in the S hemisphere lying between Carina and Hydrus
Word Origin for Volans
C19: from Latin, literally: flying, from volāre to fly
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