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  1. cosmo(Noun)


  2. Cosmo(ProperNoun)

    Cosmopolitan magazine.

  3. Origin: Borrowed by Scotland from Italy in the 18th century. An variant of Cosimo, from the name Cosmas of a saint (martyred with his brother Damian in the fourth century), from κόσμος.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Cosmo in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Cosmo in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of Cosmo in a Sentence

  1. Corbin Williams:

    Cosmo is one of the best places to stay, in my opinion, you know, except for the last two times.

  2. Hearst Corporation:

    Nothing spooky here … God told me to work to get Cosmo out of the hands of children, so that’s what I am doing.

  3. Ted Sarandos:

    Jerry Seinfeld is Jerry Seinfeld that all television comedy is measured against, we can't wait to welcome Jerry Seinfeld, Elaine, George and Cosmo Kramer to their new global home on Netflix.

  4. Pidgeon Pagonis:

    I'd never had any dilation( which would have kept the passage open), so it was just a shock to my body. I left that moment being like' That really hurt !' but Cosmo( magazine) said it would get better. It didn't get better in terms of pleasure, but it got better in terms of not hurting as much every single time.

  5. Charles Hanson:

    As the Titanic sank, it was claimed Lucy Duff-Gordon said to her secretary, ‘There is your beautiful nightdress gone’, a fireman, allegedly annoyed by her comment, replied that while the couple could replace their property, he and the other crew members had lost everything. Sir Cosmo then offered each of the men 5 (equivalent to 454 [$579]) to aid them.

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