Triangulum Australe

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Triangulum Aus·tra·le

 (ô-strā′lē)
n.
A constellation in the polar region of the southern sky near Apus and Norma.

[New Latin : Latin triangulum, triangle + Latin austrālis, southern.]

Triangulum Australe

(ɒˈstreɪlɪ)
n, Latin genitive Trianguli Australis (ɒˈstreɪlɪs)
(Celestial Objects) a small bright triangular constellation in the S hemisphere, lying between Ara and the Southern Cross, that contains an open star cluster
[New Latin: southern triangle]
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Noun1.Triangulum Australe - a small bright constellation in the polar region of the southern hemisphere near Circinus and ApusTriangulum Australe - a small bright constellation in the polar region of the southern hemisphere near Circinus and Apus
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