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Scorpio

Scor·pi·o / ˈskôrpēˌō/ Astrol. the eighth sign of the zodiac (the Scorpion), which the sun enters about October 23. ∎  (a Scorpio) (pl. -os) a person born when the sun is in this sign. DERIVATIVES: Scor·pi·an / -pēən/ n. & adj.

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Scorpio

Scorpio Eighth astrological sign of the Zodiac. The ancients identified it with the scorpion which caused the death of the hunter Orion and stung the horses of Phaëthon. The Sun enters the sign on 24 October and leaves it on 21 November.

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Scorpio

Scorpio the eighth sign of the zodiac (the Scorpion), which the sun enters about 23 October; a person born under this sign.

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Scorpio

Scorpio, constellation: see Scorpius.

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