Deneb

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De·neb

 (dĕn′ĕb′)
n.
The brightest star in the constellation Cygnus, approximately 1,630 light years from Earth. Deneb is one of the stars that make up the Summer Triangle.

[Arabic ḏanab, tail; see ḏnb in Semitic roots.]

Deneb

(ˈdɛnɛb)
n
(Celestial Objects) the brightest star in the constellation Cygnus and one of the brightest but remotest stars in the night sky. Visual magnitude: 1.25; spectral type: A2I
[C19: from Arabic dhanab a tail]

Den•eb

(ˈdɛn ɛb)

n.
a first-magnitude star in the constellation Cygnus.
[1865-70; < Arabic dhanab a tail]

De·neb

(dĕn′ĕb′)
A bright star in the constellation Cygnus. It is a supergiant. See Note at Rigel.
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Noun1.Deneb - the brightest star in Cygnus
Cygnus - a constellation in the northern hemisphere between Pegasus and Draco in the Milky Way; contains a black hole