Cauda Draconis

Science / Astrology / Cauda Draconis: From the Latin, literally dragon's tail; synonymous with the Moon's south node.

Caudate Sonnet

Life Style / Poetry / Caudate Sonnet: Codas or tails are added to the 14-line poem. An example is john milton's 'on the new forces of conscience under the long parliament.' MORE

Caput Draconis

Science / Astrology / Caput Draconis: From the Latin, literally dragon's head; an older term for the Moon's North Node. MORE

Caudate Rhyme

Entertainment / Literature / Caudate Rhyme: Another term for tail-rhyme or rime cou e. See discussion under tail-rhyme. MORE

Cauda Draconis

Science / Astrology / Cauda Draconis: From the Latin, literally dragon's tail; synonymous with the Moon's south node. MORE

Dragons Tail

Science / Astrology / Dragons Tail: An ancient term for the Moon's South Node, derived fro the Latin cauda draconis. MORE

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