|Easton's Bible Dictionary|
A cluster of stars, or stars which appear to be near each other in the heavens, and which astronomers have reduced to certain figures (as the "Great Bear, " the "Bull, " etc.) for the sake of classification and of memory. In Isaiah 13:10, where this word only occurs, it is the rendering of the Hebrew kesil, i.e., "fool." This was the Hebrew name of the constellation Orion (Job 9:9; 38:31), a constellation which represented Nimrod, the symbol of folly and impiety. The word some interpret by "the giant" in this place, "some heaven-daring rebel who was chained to the sky for his impiety."
Noah Webster's Dictionary
1. (n.) A cluster or group of fixed stars, usually designated by the name of some animal or mythological personage, within whose imaginary outline, as traced upon the heavens, the group is included.
2. (n.) An assemblage of splendors or excellences.
3. (n.) Fortune; fate; destiny.
Constellation (1 Occurrence)
Job 38:32 Can you lead forth the constellations in their season? Or can you guide the Bear with her cubs? (Root in WEB DBY NAS NIV)