Pollux

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Pol·lux

 (pŏl′əks)
n. Greek Mythology
1. One of the Dioscuri.
2. A binary star in the constellation Gemini, approximately 33 light years from Earth and of roughly equal brightness with Castor.

[Latin Pollūx, from Greek Poludeukēs.]

Pollux

(ˈpɒləks)
n
1. (Celestial Objects) the brightest star in the constellation Gemini, lying close to the star Castor. Visual magnitude: 1.15; spectral type: K0III; distance: 34 light years. See also Castor
2. (Classical Myth & Legend) classical myth See Castor and Pollux

Pol•lux

(ˈpɒl əks)

n.
1. the brother of Castor. Compare Castor and Pollux.
2. a first-magnitude star in the constellation Gemini.

Pol·lux

(pŏl′əks)
A bright giant star in the constellation Gemini.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Pollux - the brightest star in Gemini; close to Castor
Gemini - a zodiacal constellation in the northern hemisphere between Taurus and Cancer on the ecliptic
Translations

Pollux

[ˈpɒləks] n (Myth, Astron) → Polluce m