Zodiacal (adjective)

Relating to the zodiac, which is the band of the sky divided into 12 equal parts, each named after a constellation, and through which the sun, moon, and planets appear to move.


The word zodiacal is derived from the latin word zodiacus, which refers to the zodiac.


  1. The ancient astrologers believed that a person's fate was determined by their zodiacal sign.
  2. The zodiacal light is a faint glow seen in the night sky near the sun, caused by reflection of sunlight by interplanetary dust.
  3. The zodiacal calendar assigns a different sign to each month based on the position of the sun.
  4. The zodiacal band is used to locate stars and other celestial objects in the sky.
  5. The zodiacal constellations are commonly used as symbols in astrology, horoscopes, and astrological charts.
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