Piscis Austrinus

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Pi·scis Aus·tri·nus

 (pī′sĭs ô-strī′nəs)
n.
A constellation in the Southern Hemisphere near Aquarius and Grus.

[New Latin Piscis Austrīnus : Latin piscis, fish + Latin austrīnus, southern.]

Piscis Austrinus

(ˈpɪsɪs ɒˈstraɪnəs; ˈpaɪ-)
n, Latin genitive Piscis Austrini (ɒˈstraɪnaɪ)
(Celestial Objects) a small constellation in the S hemisphere lying between Aquarius and Grus and containing the first-magnitude star Fomalhaut
[Latin: the Southern Fish]
Translations
Den sørlege fiskenDen sørlige fisken
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