Ophiuchus[äf′ē yo̵̅o̅′kəs, ō′fē-]
Ophiuchus definition by Webster's New World
Origin: Classical Latin ; from Classical Greek ophiouchos, literally , holding a serpent ; from ophis (see ophiolatry) plush base of echein, to hold: see scheme
Ophiuchus definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Origin: Latin Ophiūchus, from Greek ophioukhos : ophis, serpent + okhos, holder (from ekhein, to hold; see segh- in Indo-European roots).