lemÌc. Lemizh grammar and dictionary

Constellation Artichoke (qkrÌdj.)

This is the artichoke the King forgot to buy because he was busy feeding his birds, the Swan and the Sparrow, so it got all soft and manky. Our constellation Vulpecula, the little fox, – between the Swan and the Dolphin – roughly corresponds to this vegetable.

See also qkràdj. in the dictionary.

The 32 naked-eye stars

In the ‘Our designation’ column, letters (sometimes with superscript numbers) in front of constellation symbols refer to Bayer’s catalogue or to variable star designations, and numbers to Flamsteed’s catalogue. Row colours roughly approximate the stars’ colours. The links lead to the stars’ entries in the SIMBAD Astronomical Database.

Designation (hex)Our designationlbrm
1141 Cyg3.004.01
202052 Cyg2.724.22
2121Hip 1020330.336.02
2222Hip 1018990.785.68
232349 Cyg0.985.53
303031 Vul2.274.56
313132 Vul1.655.03
3232T Vul0.815.66
333330 Vul1.794.92
3434Hip 1041720.196.13
353527 Vul0.905.59
363628 Vul1.615.06
3737Hip 1018700.485.91
383833 Vul1.295.30
404023 Vul2.354.50
414121 Vul1.445.19
424219 Vul1.015.51
4343Hip 1000180.046.24
444418 Vul1.015.51
454520 Vul0.485.91
4646Hip 998241.974.79
474724 Vul1.295.30
484815 Vul2.144.66
4949GJ 7770.725.73
4A4A25 Vul1.025.50
4B4B16 Vul1.385.23
4C4C22 Vul1.455.18
4D4DHip 986090.525.88
505039 Cyg2.454.43
5151Hip 1004860.246.09
5252Hip 998410.765.70
535335 Cyg1.505.14