Definition for AU-RI'GA

AU-RI'GA, n. [L. of aurea, orea, a head-stall, a bridle, and rego, to govern or manage.]

  1. Literally, the director of a car, or wagon. In astronomy, the Wagoner, a constellation in the northern hemisphere, consisting of 23 stars, according to Tycho; 40, according to Hevelius; and 68, in the British catalogue. – Encyc.
  2. The fourth lobe of the liver; also a bandage for the sides. – Quincy.

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