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How Do You Spell ZODIAC?

Correct spelling for the English word "zodiac" is [z_ˈəʊ_d_ɪ__ˌa_k], [zˈə͡ʊdɪˌak], [zˈə‍ʊdɪˌak]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of ZODIAC

  1. z[=o]'di-ak, n. an imaginary belt in the heavens, having as its mesial line the ecliptic or apparent path of the sun, and containing the twelve constellations, called signs of the zodiac. The constellations, with the appropriate symbols of the corresponding signs, are as follows: Aries (Ram), [Aries]; Taurus (Bull), [Taurus]; Gemini (Twins), [Gemini]; Cancer (Crab), [Cancer]; Leo (Lion), [Leo]; Virgo (Virgin), [Virgo]; Libra (Balance), [Libra]; Scorpio (Scorpion), [Scorpio]; Sagittarius (Archer), [Sagittarius]; Capricornus (Goat), [Capricornus]; Aquarius (Water-bearer), [Aquarius]; Pisces (Fishes), [Pisces].--adj. ZOD[=I]'ACAL.--ZODIACAL LIGHT, a singular appearance seen after sunset or before sunrise, at all seasons of the year in low latitudes, but rarely in Great Britain, except in March, April, and May in the evenings, and six months later in the mornings. [Fr. zodiaque--L. zodiacus--Gr. z[=o]diakos, belonging to animals--z[=o]dion, dim. of z[=o]on, an animal, zaein, to live.]

Common Misspellings for ZODIAC

Below is the list of 153 misspellings for the word "zodiac".

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Usage Examples for ZODIAC

  1. The signs of the zodiac were certainly in use among the Egyptians 1722 years before Christ. - "The Antediluvian World" by Ignatius Donnelly
  2. 2. Fish- A soft shelled sign of the Zodiac. - "Games For All Occasions" by Mary E. Blain
  3. The Three Pure Ones and the Four Rulers he treated with some little respect; but the planetary gods and the lords of the twenty- eight houses of the moon, and of the twelve zodiac signs, and the other stars he addressed familiarly with a " Hey, you!" - "The Chinese Fairy Book" by Various
  4. The south portal shows symbolical figures of the months and of " St. Dionysius in Prison;" the central doorway a " Last Judgment," and the " Wise and Foolish Virgins;" while the north portal depicts " St. Dionysius on His Way to Martyrdom," and " The Signs of the Zodiac." - "The Cathedrals of Northern France" by Francis Miltoun
  5. When you are on it, Cancer is just over your head, and betwixt him and Capricorn is the high road of the Zodiac, forty- seven degrees wide, famous for Phaeton's misadventure. - "Wanderings in South America" by Charles Waterton
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