Norma

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Nor·ma

 (nôr′mə)
n.
A constellation in the Southern Hemisphere within the Milky Way near Lupus and Ara.

[Latin norma, carpenter's square; see gnō- in Indo-European roots.]
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Norma

(ˈnɔːmə)
n, Latin genitive Normae (ˈnɔːmiː)
(Astronomy) a constellation in the S hemisphere crossed by the Milky Way and lying near Scorpius and Ara
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Noun1.Norma - a small constellation in the southern hemisphere near Lupus and Ara in the Milky Way
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