See also: argo and argó

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From Latin Argo, from Ancient Greek Ἀργώ(Argṓ), the mythical ship of the Argonauts.

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Argo

  1. (Greek mythology) The ship in which Jason and the Argonauts sailed on their quest for the Golden Fleece.
  2. (astronomy) Argo Navis, a large constellation in the southern hemisphere, now divided into Carina, Puppis, and Vela.

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Argo f

  1. Argos

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EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek Ἀργώ(Argṓ), the mythical ship of the Argonauts.

Proper nounEdit

Argō f ‎(genitive Argūs); fourth declension

  1. the Argo (mythical ship)

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Fourth declension, with irregular nominative in . Only the genitive and accusative are attested. The remaining forms have been reconstructed based on the Greek inflection.

Number Singular
nominative Argō
genitive Argūs
dative Arguī
accusative Argō
ablative Arguī
vocative Argō

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Argo m

  1. (Greek mythology) Argus (giant with a hundred eyes)
  2. (Greek mythology) Argo (mythical ship of the Argonauts)

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Argo m

  1. (Greek mythology) Argo (mythical ship)