I was reading the Perseus entry for sidus, which gives this quotation from Cicero:
Sidera, quae vocantur errantia
The original quote has sidera in ablative rather than nominative. I'm looking to understand this part in isolation, though, as it is given in the dictionary entry.
I want to read this as something like:
The constellation, called wandering by them.
The constellation, that they call wandering.
Is this correct?