Pleiades

Pleiades, in the Greek mythology seven sisters, daughters of Atlas, transformed into stars, six of them visible and one invisible, and forming the group on the shoulders of Taurus in the zodiac; in the last week of May they rise and set with the sun till August, after which they follow the sun and are seen more or less at night till their conjunction with it again in May.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Plato
Platoff, Matvei Ivanovich, Count
Platonic Love
Platonic Year
Platt-Deutsch
Platte
Platten-See
Plauen
Plautus
Playfair, John
Pleiades
Pleiades, The
Plenist
Plesiosaurus
Pleura
Pleura-pneumonia
Plevna
Pleydell, Mr. Paulus
Plimsoll, Samuel
Plinlimmon
Pliny, the Elder

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