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Jŭgŭla , ae, and Jŭgŭlae , ārum, f. jugulus,
I.the three stars which form Orion's belt; also, the whole constellation Orion, Varr. L. L. 7, § 50 Müll.: “neque Jugulae neque Vesperugo neque Vergiliae occidunt,Plaut. Am. 1, 1, 119.—
II. Two stars in the constellation Cancer, otherwise called Aselli: “nunc Cancro vicina canam, cui parte sinistra Consurgunt Jugulae,Manil. 5, 175.
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