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.)
A specific disregard of national or local peculiarities, prejudices, and attachments.
2. An exhibition in which a series of views in various parts of the world is seen reflected by mirrors through a series of lenses, with such illumination, etc., as will make the views most closely represent reality.
Careful illumination and lenses are used to give the images greater realism.
2. An ordered system or harmonious whole.
3. Harmony and order as distinct from chaos.
2. An apparatus for showing the position of the earth, at any given time, with respect to the fixed stars.
It consists of a hollow glass globe, on which are depicted the stars and constellations, and within which is a terrestrial globe.
2. The doctrine or belief that God is the universe and its phenomena (taken or conceived of as a whole) or the doctrine that regards the universe as a manifestation of God.
2. A person who adheres to the doctrine, or belief, that God is the universe or who regards the universe as an embodiment or symbolism of God.