Boötes

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See also: bootes and Bootes

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From Latin Bootes, the constellation, from Ancient Greek Βοώτης (Boṓtēs)

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Boötes

  1. (astronomy) A circumpolar constellation of the northern sky, called the “bear-guard” or the “herdsman”. It includes the third brightest star in the night sky Arcturus.

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Boötes m

  1. (astronomy) Boötes

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Boō̈tēs m (genitive Boō̈tae); first declension

  1. Alternative form of Boōtēs

Inflection[edit]

First declension, masculine Greek type with nominative singular in -ēs.

Case Singular
nominative Boō̈tēs
genitive Boō̈tae
dative Boō̈tae
accusative Boō̈tēn
ablative Boō̈tē
vocative Boō̈tē