zodiac

Twelve constellations dividing the ecliptic into approximately equal parts. Each month the Sun is in a different constellation of the zodiac.
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Zodiac

The Babylonian and Greek signs of the zodiac were introduced into Egypt in the Greco-Roman Period. They were adapted into Egyptian imagery and used to decorate ceilings of tombs and temples, and coffin lids.
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Zodiac

The arc of the sky from the horizon, along which the Sun travels, making 360 degrees, is divided into twelve sectors of thirty degrees each, each sector corresponding to an astrological sign and with a specific character and significance of its own.
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zodiac

[n] - a belt-shaped region in the heavens on either side to the ecliptic 2. [n] - (astrology) a circular diagram representing the 12 zodiacal constellations and showing their signs
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Zodiac

the twelvefold subdivision of the ecliptic, anchored in the quarter-points which mark the extremes (solstices) and midpoints (equinoxes) of Earth's cycle of polar axial tilting to the Sun, or seasonal cycle.
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Zodiac

The band of constellations through which the Sun travels each year. The Zodiac is actually a band across the sky, 8 degrees either side of the ecliptic. With the exception of Pluto, all the planets and the Sun and Moon will be found within the Zodiac.
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Zodiac

The imaginary band of the night sky through which the Sun appears to travel during a year. It contains 12 constellations.
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Zodiac

The apparent path, in the sky, followed by the sun, moon and most planets, lying within 10 degrees of the celestial equator. Ancient Astrologers (nothing to do with modern astronomy! ) divided it into 12 groups, the Signs of the Zodiac. These are associated with the 12 Zodiacal Constellations.
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Zodiac

The band of the sky extending 8 degrees either side of the ecliptic.The Sun, Moon, and navigational planets are always within this band, with the occasional exception of Venus. The zodiac is divided into 12 equal parts, called signs, each part being named for the principal constellation originally within it.
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Zodiac

Zo'di·ac noun [ French zodiaque (cf. Italian zodiaco ), from Latin zodiacus , Greek ... (sc. ...), from ..., dim. of zw^,on an animal, akin to ... living, ... to live.] 1. (Astron.) (a) An imaginary belt in the heavens, 16° or 18° broad, in the
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zodiac

1. <astronomy> An imaginary belt in the heavens, 16 deg or 18 deg broad, in the middle of which is the ecliptic, or sun's path. It comprises the twelve constellations, which one constituted, and from which were named, the twelve signs of the zodiac. A figure representing the signs, symbols, and constellations of the zodiac. ... 2. A girdle; a
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zodiac

noun (astrology) a circular diagram representing the 12 zodiacal constellations and showing their signs
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zodiac

noun a belt-shaped region in the heavens on either side to the ecliptic; divided into 12 constellations or signs for astrological purposes
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Zodiac

• (n.) An imaginary belt in the heavens, 16
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Zodiac

(from the article `Performing Arts`) In the field of urban crime, David Fincher delivered Zodiac (158 minutes), a well-sustained, densely woven investigation into a series of San ...
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zodiac

in astronomy and astrology, a belt around the heavens extending 9° on either side of the ecliptic, the plane of the earth`s orbit and of the sun`s ... [5 related articles]
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zodiac

zodiac Literally a “circle of animal figures”; a narrow band in the sky in which the movements of the major planets, Sun, and Moon take place; astrologically divided into twelve (or thirteen?) sections named for the major constellations. The constellations are Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aq
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Zodiac

HMS Zodac was a British Zambesi Class destroyer of 1710 tons displacement launched in 1944. She was armed with four 4.5 inch dual-purpose guns; six 40 mm anti-aircraft guns and four depth-charge throwers.
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ZODIAC

The position of the sun during the course of the year as it appears to move though successive constellations. Also, the band where the ecliptic runs centrally through the celestial sphere and contains the sun, the moon, and all the planets except Venus and Pluto.
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zodiac

Constellations of the zodiac A band around the sky about 18° wide, centered on the ecliptic, in which the Sun, Moon, and planets move. The band is divided into 12 signs of the zodiac, each 30° long, that were named by the ancient Greeks after the constellations that used to occupy these po...
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zodiac

zodiac (zō'dēăk) [Gr. zoion=animal], in astronomy, zone of the sky that includes about 8° on either side of the ecliptic. The apparent paths of the sun, the moon, and the major planets all fall within this zone. The zodiac is divided into 12 equal parts of 30° each, eac...
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Zodiac

The zodiac was the name given by the ancient Greeks to the heavens. It was an imaginary belt in the celestial sphere, extending about 80 degrees on either side of the ecliptic, the apparent path of the Sun among the stars. The width of the zodiac was determined originally so as to include the orbits of the Sun and Moon and of the five planets (Merc
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zodiac

Zone of the heavens containing the paths of the Sun, Moon, and planets. When this was devised by the ancient Greeks, only five planets were known, making the zodiac about 16° wide. In astrology, the zodiac is divided into 12 signs, each 30° in extent: Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, A...
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Zodiac

A band of the sky ranging about 9 degrees either side of the ecliptical circle, in which the Moon and the planets remain In astrology, this band is divided into 12 zodiac signs from the vernal equinox (Sun at 0 Eo equivalent to 0 Aries), each of 30 degrees ecliptic longitude This gives the tropical zodiac In comparison, the sidereal zodiac is relat
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ZODIAC

Versatile, game-oriented Personal Digital Assistant, by Tapwave, Inc.
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