(Greek: a suffix; pertaining to; of the nature of, like; in chemistry, it denotes a higher valence of the element than is expressed by -ous)

1. Receiving impressions from the universe through the senses.
2. Possessed of supernormal powers of perception.
1. Pertaining to a plastic force as operative in the formation of the world independently of God; world-forming.
2. Molding or shaping the universe.
A reference to, or description of, microscopic voyages through tiny universes or worlds.
cosmotheistic (adjective)
Characterized by the doctrine or belief that the universe is a materialized form of God.
Assuming, or positing (assuming or affirming the existence of), the actual existence or reality of the physical or external world.
cosmozoic (adjective) (not comparable)
Concerning the theory that life forms originally came from outer space: Thomas read a book about cosmozoic theories that stated that cosmic germs from outer sources started life on earth and the theories seemed to be quite realistic and believable!
A reference to craniometry or the study of the shape and dimensions of the skull, primarily the human skull, for anatomic or anthropological purposes.
Referring to the skull and the middle ear.
1. A reference to eating flesh; the use of flesh as food.
2. Descriptive of being carnivorous; applied to insectivorous plants.
1. Someone who pronounces judgment on any thing or a person; especially, anyone who passes a severe or unfavorable judgment; a censurer, a fault-finder.
2. A person who is skillful in judging the qualities and merits of literary or artistic works or someone who writes about the qualities of such works.
3. A professional reviewer of books, pictures, plays, and the like; also a person who is skilled in textual or biblical criticism.
4. An essay in criticism of a literary work, etc.; a critical notice or review; now referred to as a critique.
Cold blooded.
Growing best at low temperatures. A reference to microorganisms.
1. Pertaining to or causing the production of low temperatures.
2. Relating to cryogenics.
3. Cryogenic lake, a lake formed by local thawing in an area of permanently frozen ground.
4. Relating to the deep-refrigeration domain involving temperatures below 120 Kelvin.

Describing a substance; such as hydrogen, stored at such a low temperature.

A reference to organisms that are typically hidden or concealed in crevices or under stones.