Definition of Hyades in English:

Hyades

proper noun

Astronomy
  • An open star cluster in the constellation Taurus, appearing to surround the bright star Aldebaran.

Origin

From the Hyades ( Greek Huades), the five sisters of the Pleiades in Greek mythology, brothers of Hyas, who were changed into stars by Zeus.

Pronunciation:

Hyades

/ˈhʌɪədiːz/