meteor, shooting star(noun)
a streak of light in the sky at night that results when a meteoroid hits the earth's atmosphere and air friction causes the meteoroid to melt or vaporize or explode
A meteor, especially a streak of light in the night sky, caused by a meteoroid burning up as it enters the Earthu2019s atmosphere.
Any of several wild flowering plants in the genus Dodecatheon, mostly found in Western North America.
Shooting Star is a rock band from Kansas City, Missouri. The band formed in the late 1970s. After gaining popularity in the Kansas City area, Shooting Star became the first American group to sign with Virgin Records. They recorded their 1979 debut album in England with producer Gus Dudgeon, best known for his work with Elton John and David Bowie. The band gained national exposure when a number of songs garnered moderate air-play on album-oriented rock radio stations in the US. The initial lineup was: Van McLain on guitar and vocals; Charles Waltz on violin, keyboards and vocals; Bill Guffey on keyboards; Gary West on guitar and vocals; Ron Verlin on bass, and Steve Thomas on drums.
The numerical value of shooting star in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of shooting star in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
This is a great location for astro-photography, which attracts tourists from the world over, the Church makes for a nice subject, with the Milky Way and a shooting star in the background.
You are amazing. You are a shooting star. I will follow you forever no distance is too far. Never take for granted your abilty to fly. At times stop and rest, but quickly get back up before your dreams pass you by.
A "Comfort Zone" represents status quo, in my honest view, like the stagnant dark water in a pond that often seems so difficult to come out of. Yet you have to step outside your comfort zone, and cross the boundaries to better yourself, and be the best. Only by stepping outside the realm of your comfort zone, you will be able to explore new oceans, and offer your best, something far more superior and beatiful than ever before, to illuminate the world.....like the amazing brilliance and beautiful brightness of a supernova, or a shooting star or even a meteor as they leave their comfort zone and enter into new territories. Strive to re-invent and renew yourself at every stage in life, just like Madonna has done for years, and you will discover your new strengths, awesome powers and asounding beauty that were never there before. Dare to step outside your comfort zone, because that's exactly where the real life begins. Get a Life, my friend.
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- падаючая зоркаBelarusian
- estel fugaçCatalan, Valencian
- padající hvězdaCzech
- seren wib, seren llosgiWelsh
- διάττοντας αστέραςGreek
- estrella fugazSpanish
- jumaltenkukka, tähdenlentoFinnish
- étoile filanteFrench
- estrela fugazGalician
- stella cadenteItalian
- 流星, 流れ星Japanese
- მოწყვეტილი ვარსკვლავიGeorgian
- 별똥, 流星, 별똥별, 유성Korean
- харвах од, харвасан одMongolian
- cirit bintang, tahi bintang, bintang beralihMalay
- stjerneskudd, stjerneskottNorwegian
- vallende sterDutch
- sǫʼ yilwoł, sǫʼ ndaajeehíNavajo, Navaho
- anang-bangishinOjibwe, Ojibwa
- spadająca gwiazdaPolish
- estrela cadentePortuguese
- stea căzătoareRomanian
- падающая звездаRussian
- padajúca hviezdaSlovak
- stjärnfall, fallande stjärnaSwedish
- kayan yıldızTurkish
- падаюча зіркаUkrainian
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