Definition for SYZ'Y-GY

SYZ'Y-GY, n. [G. συζυγια; συν and ζυγοω, to join.]

The conjunction or opposition of a planet with the sun, or of any two of the heavenly bodies. On the phenomena and circumstances of the syzygies, depends a great part of the lunar theory. – Encyc.  

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