IPA: kˈeɪɫʌm

Root Word: Caelum


  • (astronomy) A summer constellation of the southern sky, said to resemble a chisel.

Examples of "caelum" in Sentences

  • “In annos triginta ad caelum infinitum construxit.”
  • Caelum departs for the hunt and for Drago to summon him.
  • Cuius est solum, eius est usque ad caelum et ad inferos.
  • HD 31093 is a double or multiple star in the constellation Caelum.
  • There may be a larger US or a regional list that Caelum Bliss may fit into.
  • Or would you defend freedom of speech to the grave, fiat justitia ruat caelum?
  • The Nova Vulgate has "Viri Galilaei, quid statis aspicientes in caelum?" but it's not nearly so reaction-shot-y.
  • As a layman, I have always assumed that judges should take more a “fiat iustitia, ruat caelum” approach to thelaw.
  • Are the advocates of gays in the military prepared to say, fiat justitia, ruat caelum [ 'Let justice be done, though the sky may fall']?
  • When it comes to these fundamental rights, fiat justitia ruat caelum, I just cannot stomach comparing or weighing them against anything.
  • Among them three were especially widely disseminated: Domine, da nobis auxilium and Domine deus omnipotens for six voices, and Pater, peccavi in caelum for eight.
  • In the past it was broken into three hymns, Aurora lucis rutilat, Tristes erant Apostoli, and Claro Paschali gaudio, which were altered by Pope Urban VIII to Aurora caelum purpurat (Lauds), Tristes erant Apostoli (Vespers and Matins for Apostles and Evangelists in Eastertide), and Paschale mundo gaudium (Lauds for Apostles and Evangelists in Eastertide).

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