• An asterism, an arbitrary formation of stars perceived as a figure or pattern, or a division of the sky including it, especially one officially recognised by astronomers.
  • An image associated with a group of stars.
  • The configuration of planets at a given time (notably of birth), as used for determining a horoscope.
  • A wide, seemingly unlimited assortment.
  • A fleet of satellites of the same purpose .
  • A configuration or grouping.
  • A network of connections that exists between people who are in polyamorous relationships, for example between one person, their partner, and that person's partner.


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  • From Middle English constellacioun, constillacioun, from Middle French constellation, from Latin cōnstēllātiō, from con- + stēllātus, from stēlla.

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