cosmo-, cosm-, cosmico-, cosm, -cosmia, -cosmos, -cosmic, -cosmics, -cosmical, -cosmology, -cosms

(Greek: kosmos to cosmos; "world, universe"; from its "perfect order and arrangement"; to order, to arrange, to adorn; well-ordered, regular, arranged; skilled in adornment, which came into English as cosmetic.)

cosmochemistry (s) (noun), cosmochemistries (pl)
1. The study of the chemical properties of the heavenly bodies and of the formation and distribution of elements and compounds in them and in the universe as a whole.
2. The branch of science which involves the reactions involving changes in atoms or molecules in the composition of the universe and its origin.
cosmocracy (s) (noun), cosmocracies (pl)
Government control, or rule, of the whole world: In the fantasy book Lois was reading, everybody agreed on having a cosmocracy, or global government, and a world with peace and without war.
cosmocrat (s) (noun), cosmocrats (pl)
A ruler or leader of the whole world: Arthur thought that a cosmocrat could only be a god, but never a human person.
cosmocratic (adjective), more cosmocratic, most cosmocratic
1. A reference to a prince, or a ruler of the world: When Tom was a youngster, he thought he'd like to become a cosmocratic leader and loved by everyone!.
2. Pertaining to a prosperous business school graduate who benefits from globalization and living a global lifestyle: Mr. World was a cosmocratic man who profited from the booming growth of worldwide investments and lived accordingly.
The origin, development, or evolution of the universe.
Relating to the branch of astrophysics that studies the origin and evolution and structure of the universe.
Affected by cosmic rays.
That branch of astrophysics that studies the origin and evolution and structure of the universe.
Referring to the origin, or a theory of the origin, of the universe.
Pertaining to the branch of astronomy; dealing with the origin, history, structure, and dynamics of the universe.
A reference to the theory of the origin of the universe.
Pertaining to the branch of astronomy dealing with the origin and history and structure and dynamics of the universe.
Someone who studies cosmogony or the study of the origin, and sometimes the development, of the universe or the solar systems, in astrophysics, religion, and other fields.
Expressing the theories of creation, as of the world or of the universe.
1. The generation or creation of the existing universe.
2. The branch of astrophysics that studies the origin, evolutionary behavior, and structure of the universe as a whole.
3. The study of the origin of celestial objects, usually referring to the solar system.
4. A specific theory or model, myth, or of the origin and evolution of the universe.

While early cosmogonical theories were limited to the problem of the origin of our planetary system, modern cosmogony embraces the study of the origin of giant stellar galaxies, single and multiple stars, planetary systems in general and, finally, the origin of atoms of various chemical elements which constitute the universe.