- n. astronomy A star, σ Sagittarii.
- From Akkadian. (Wiktionary)
“Center of the Galaxy by François Malan — The center of the Milky Way galaxy, showing Kaus Australis, Kaus Media, Shaula, Lesath, Nunki, Phi Sagittarii.”
“The Big Dipper became Ursula Major, Zubeneschamali was Reuben Smiley, and the important navigational star Nunki became Nooki.”
“When these were mastered he turned to the difficult ones, some scarcely visible to unpracticed eyes: "Nunki in Sagittarius, easy to find in the group that looks like a Tea Kettle; Deneb Algedi in Capricornus, not easy to find.”
“Then I think we'd better call that star by its right name, Nunki, " but when in oral review Anderssen pointed his wand at Sagittarius and asked Claggett to identify the principal star, he bellowed, "Nooki.”
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