پرایسپه، کندو، آخور
Perâysepé, Kandu, Âxor
Fr.: la Crèche
An → open cluster in the constellation
→ Cancer containing about 50 stars of 6th magnitude or
fainter. It lies 577 light-years away. Also called NGC 2632, the
Beehive Cluster, or the Manger.
From L. praesepe "crib," from which cattle or horses are fed, manger; the
neighboring brighter stars Gamma and Delta Cancri (Asellus Borealis
and Asellus Australis) were pictured as asses which fed from a manger.
Perâysepé, loan from L., as above.
Kandu "beehive; a large earthen vessel in which grain is kept;" cf.
Skt. kunda- "a bowl-shaped vessel, basin; the lower abdomen."
&ACIRC;xor "manger," prefixed xor "to eat" (semantically like E. manger,
Fr. mangeoire, from L. manducare, mandere "to chew, eat"), from
Mid.Pers. âxwarr; Av. avô-xvarəna-
"drinking fountain; a water spring," from avô- "water" +
xvarəna-, from xvar- "to consume, eat;"
Mid.Pers. xvardan "to eat, enjoy (food);" Mod.Pers. xordan
"to eat, drink, devour," Laki dialect
hovârden "to eat;" Proto-Iranian *huar- "to consume, eat."