Lacerta

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La·cer·ta

 (lə-sûr′tə)
n.
A constellation in the Northern Hemisphere near Cygnus and Andromeda.

[Latin lacerta, lizard.]
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Lacerta

(ləˈsɜːtə)
n, Latin genitive Lacertae (ləˈsɜːtiː)
(Astronomy) a small faint constellation in the N hemisphere, part of which is crossed by the Milky Way, lying between Cygnus and Andromeda
[Latin: lizard]
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Noun1.Lacerta - type genus of the LacertidaeLacerta - type genus of the Lacertidae  
reptile genus - a genus of reptiles
family Lacertidae, Lacertidae - Old World lizards
Lacerta agilis, sand lizard - a common and widely distributed lizard of Europe and central Asia
green lizard, Lacerta viridis - a common Eurasian lizard about a foot long
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