Bellatrix

Bel.la.trix
[b'elətriks] n Astron Belatriz, gama de Orion.

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  • Bellatrix — bright star in the left shoulder of Orion, from L. bellatrix a female warrior, frequently used as an adjective, warlike, skilled in war, fem. of bellator to wage war, from bellum war. The Latin name, from the Alfonsine Tables (mid 13c.), very… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Bellatrix — Bellatrix, Stern 2. Größe an der westlichen Schulter des Orion …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Bellātrix — (lat., »die Kriegerin«), der Stern γ (2. Größe) im Orion …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Bellatrix —   [lateinisch »die Kriegerische«], einer der beiden Schultersterne im Sternbild Orion, ein Stern 2. Größe (scheinbare Helligkeit 1m,64) …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Bellatrix — (latin, kvindelig kriger ) …   Danske encyklopædi

  • Bellatrix — Para otros usos de este término, véase Bellatrix (desambiguación). Bellatrix Localización de γ Orionis en la constelación (arriba a la derecha) …   Wikipedia Español

  • Bellatrix — For other uses, see Bellatrix (disambiguation). Bellatrix (γ Orionis) Bellatrix is located to the upper right of center. Observation data Epoch …   Wikipedia

  • Bellatrix — Datenbanklinks zu Bellatrix Stern Bellatrix (γ Orionis) …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Bellatrix — Gamma Orionis Bellatrix (γ Orionis) Données d observation (Époque J2000.0) Ascension droite 05h 25m 07,9s Déclinaison +06° 20′ 59,0″ Constellation Orion Magnitude apparente …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Bellatrix — /beuh lay triks/, n. Astron. a blue white giant star in the constellation Orion, with apparent magnitude +1.63. [ < ML, L bellatrix martial, waging war, equiv. to bella(re) to wage war, (v. deriv. of bellum war) + trix TRIX; appar. by assoc.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Bellatrix — /beuh lay triks/, n. Astron. a blue white giant star in the constellation Orion, with apparent magnitude +1.63. [ < ML, L bellatrix martial, waging war, equiv. to bella(re) to wage war, (v. deriv. of bellum war) + trix TRIX; appar. by assoc. with …   Universalium

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