Associations to the word «Cosmic»
COSMIC, adjective. Of or from or pertaining to the cosmos or universe.
COSMIC, adjective. Infinitely or inconceivably extended; vast
COSMIC, adjective. Characteristic of the cosmos or universe; inconceivably great; vast.
COSMIC, adjective. (astronomy) (dated) Rising or setting with the sun; not acronycal.
COSMIC BACKGROUND RADIATION, noun. (astronomy) All the electromagnetic radiation entering the Earth from non-point sources in deep space.
COSMIC EGG, noun. (mythology) A world egg.
COSMIC EGGS, noun. Plural of cosmic egg
COSMIC JOKER, noun. A higher power who is responsible for various anomalous phenomena on Earth, said manifestations being of a perverse and black-humoured nature.
COSMIC LATTE, adjective. Having creamy white colour calculated to be the average colour of the universe.
COSMIC LATTE, noun. A creamy white colour calculated to be the average colour of the universe.
COSMIC LATTES, noun. Plural of cosmic latte
COSMIC MICROWAVE BACKGROUND, noun. (astronomy) Faint thermal radiation that pervades all space and is thought to be the remnants of the big bang.
COSMIC NEUTRINO BACKGROUND, noun. (astronomy) The universe's background particle radiation composed of neutrinos.
COSMIC RAY, noun. An energetic particle originating outside our solar system.
COSMIC RAY, noun. Cosmic radiation: a stream of cosmic rays.
COSMIC RAYS, noun. Plural of cosmic ray
COSMIC STRING, noun. A cosmically-scaled string of mass-energy left over from the big bang as a topological defect in spacetime.
COSMIC TEAPOT, noun. (philosophy) Russell's teapot
COSMIC WALL, noun. A hypothetical 2-dimensional analog of a cosmic string.
COSMIC, adjective. Of or from or pertaining to or characteristic of the cosmos or universe; "cosmic laws"; "cosmic catastrophe"; "cosmic rays".
COSMIC, adjective. Inconceivably extended in space or time.
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