Associations to the word «Darwin»
DARWIN, proper noun. A surname.
DARWIN, proper noun. Charles Darwin (1809–1882), British naturalist and founder of the theory of evolution by natural selection.
DARWIN, proper noun. A city in Australia, the capital of the Northern Territory
DARWIN, noun. A unit of evolutionary change in evolutionary biology.
DARWIN AWARD, proper noun. (jocular) One of the international honours awarded to people who supposedly help to improve the human gene pool by "removing themselves from it in a spectacularly stupid manner."
DARWIN AWARDS, noun. Plural of Darwin Award
DARWIN FISH, noun. A symbol, portrayed as a fish with legs, used to indicate support for evolution as being the cause of species diversification, rather than the religious Creationist view.
DARWIN STUBBY, noun. (Australia) (informal) A 2.25 litre bottle of beer, today made principally as a tourist novelty.
DARWIN, noun. English natural scientist who formulated a theory of evolution by natural selection (1809-1882).
DARWIN, noun. Provincial capital of the Northern Territory of Australia.
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