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- adj. Alternative form of sidereal.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Relating to the stars.
- adj. Affecting unfavorably by the supposed influence of the stars; baleful.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Relating to the constellations; sidereal.
- Supposed to be produced by the influence of certain constellations; baleful.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
This is the JLC Reverso Grande Complication à Triptych, Tourbillon with in-house escapement sideral time, perpetual calendar with equation of time with zodiac signs and sunrise and sunset indications.
O futuro, sonhei eu, era feito de arquitecura modernista enquadrada por carros voadores e aventuras no espaço sideral.
I have so much Aries in my chart anyway, and by the sideral chart I am an Aries, so I usually claim that.
Gostaria que todos os dias fossem dias como este 20 de junho, dias em que olhava para o céu e via a humanidade no seu melhor, a colonizar o espaço sideral.
The investigation of the structure of the sideral heavens was the leading object of William Herschel's career.
no tengamos miedo current back forward archives mail profile diaryland es más que un "set-up" oficial es más que un reflejo sideral es "daydreaming" a un nivel sub-trascendental.
He has moreover enriched his work by adding to it an ecclesiastic compute with all its indications; an orrery after the Copernican system, representing the mean tropical revolutions of each of the planets visible to the naked eye, the phases of the moon, the eclipses of the sun and moon, calculated for ever; the true time and the sideral time; a new celestial globe with the procession of the equinoxes, solar and lunary equations for the reduction of the mean geocentric ascension and declension of the sun and moon at true times and places.