Crater

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin crater(basin; cup), from Ancient Greek κρατήρ(kratḗr, mixing bowl, wassail-bowl), from κράμα(kráma, mixture), from κεράννυμι(keránnumi, to mix, to mingle).

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Crater

  1. (astronomy): A dim spring constellation of the northern sky, said to resemble a cup. It lies between the constellations Virgo and Hydra.

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Proper noun[edit]

Crater ?

  1. Crater (a constellation)