Greek Mythology The five daughters of Atlas and sisters for the Pleiades, put by Zeus among the list of stars.
A cluster of movie stars in constellation Taurus, the five brightest which form a-v, expected by ancient astronomers to indicate rain once they rose with the sunlight.
A cluster of five movie stars when confronted with the constellation Taurus, supposed by the ancients to indicate the coming of rainy weather if they rose with all the sunshine.
Daughters of the Titan Atlas and siblings of the Pleiades.
an available group of movie stars in constellation Taurus, and the closest visible such cluster to Earth.
The seven daughters of Atlas and half-sisters of Pleiades; they nurtured the infant Dionysus and Zeus placed them on the list of performers as a reward.
(Greek mythology) 7 daughters of Atlas and half-sisters associated with Pleiades; they nurtured the newborn Dionysus and Zeus placed them one of the movie stars as a reward
In astronomy, several about seven performers, that the principal is Aldebaran, inside mind of Bull, supposed because of the ancients to indicate the approach of rainy weather when they rose with the sunshine.