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aurora aus·tra·lis

 (ô-strā′lĭs)
n. pl. aurora aus·tra·lis·es (-lĭ-sĭz) or aurorae australis
An aurora that occurs in southern regions of the earth. Also called southern lights.

[New Latin aurōra austrālis : Latin aurōra, dawn + Latin austrālis, southern.]

aurora australis

(ɒˈstreɪlɪs)
n
(Physical Geography) (sometimes capital) the aurora seen around the South Pole. Also called: southern lights
[New Latin: southern aurora]

auro′ra aus•tra′lis

(ɔˈstreɪ lɪs)
n.
the aurora of the Southern Hemisphere. Also called southern lights.
[1735–45; < New Latin: southern aurora; see austral1]

aurora aus·tra·lis

(ô-strā′lĭs)
An aurora that occurs in southern regions of the Earth. Also called southern lights.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.aurora australis - the aurora of the southern hemisphereaurora australis - the aurora of the southern hemisphere
aurora - an atmospheric phenomenon consisting of bands of light caused by charged solar particles following the earth's magnetic lines of force
Translations
Südlicht

aurora australis

n (Astron) → südliches Polarlicht, Südlicht nt