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  • proper noun astronomy Epsilon Pegasi, an orange supergiant star in the constellation of Pegasus.


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Arabic انف (’anf, "nose") (i.e. of Pegasus).


  • Pegasus, the winged horse of Greek mythology, is inverted as seen from our northern latitudes, with his neck and head extending from Markab to Enif, the nose.

    Starwatch: The Pegasus Hour

  • Senseless to him, of course, he thought, but not senseless, certainly, to that native of Enif V who had given it to him.

    Way Station

  • Note a fine pair in Equūleus just west of the star Enif in Pegasus.

    A Field Book of the Stars

  • Two of these four stars (Alpheratz and Markab) are valuable navigational stars and the nose of the mythical horse contains yet another in Enif.


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