The abnormal location, or displacement, of a blood vessel; also angiectopia.
A nonmotile, conjugating germ cell of various plants and animals.
diplanetism (s) (noun)
, diplanetisms (pl)
A condition whereby there are two periods of motility or movement that is spontaneous without external aid which is usually applied to a microorganism in one lifetime: The zoospores of some fungi are examples of diplanetisms.
1. A planet that orbits a star in a solar system other than that of the earth.
2. A planet beyond the earth's solar system.
A planet which orbits a star other than the sun.
Situated between the planets. Also, existing between planets or pertaining to travel between planets.
planet (s) (noun)
, planets (pl)
An astronomical body that orbits a star and does not shine with its own light; especially, one of the nine such bodies orbiting the Sun in the solar system:
The planets are shown in this Nine Planets Orbiting the Sun unit with images and links for details about each celestial body.
1. Belonging to or connected with a planet or planets; planetary.
2. An astrologer.
3. An inhabitant of a planet.
After the manner of a planet; figuratively, with uncertain recurrence.
planetarium (s) (noun)
; planetariums, planetaria (pl)
A building usually with a domed ceiling onto which movable images of the stars, planets, and other objects seen in the night sky are projected for an audience: "The planetarium showed various models of the solar system which were showing how the planets revolve around the Sun."
1. Relating to, belonging to, involving, or typical of planets.
2. Involving or relating to the whole earth, all the people or countries of the world, or a large proportion of them.
1. A small body that is the precursor of a planet in the early stages of solar system development, or the fragmented result of a cataclysmic collision between a planet and another celestial body.
2. A small rocky celestial object thought to have orbited the Sun in the early stages of the solar system before coalescing with others to form the planets.
3. A small solid body following a planetary orbit; a miniature planet.
1. Of or pertaining to the planets; planetary.
2. Wandering, roving, vagrant.
Given to wandering.
A written description of the physical features of a planet.
A cross reference of word units that are related, directly or indirectly, to the: "moon":
Calendar, Moon Facts;
Chemical Element: selenium;
Gods and Goddesses;
Luna, the earth moon;
Planets in Motion;
Nine Planets Orbiting the Sun unit with images and links for details about each celestial body.