Definitions for mosaic
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word mosaic.
art consisting of a design made of small pieces of colored stone or glass
viral disease in solanaceous plants (tomatoes, potatoes, tobacco) resulting in mottling and often shriveling of the leaves
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a pattern resembling a mosaic
transducer formed by the light-sensitive surface on a television camera tube
mosaic, arial mosaic, photomosaicadjective
arrangement of aerial photographs forming a composite picture
of or relating to Moses or the laws and writings attributed to him
Something resembling a mosaic; something made up of different pieces, fitted together by design to form a unified composition.
A piece of artwork created by placing colored squares (usually tiles) in a pattern so as to create a picture.
An individual composed of two or more cell lines of different genetic or chromosomal constitution, but from the same zygote.
A viral disease of plants.
A composite picture made from overlapping photographs.
Containing cells with of varying genetic constitution.
Of or relating to Moses or to the Torah (the Five Books of Moses); especially, relating to the laws given in the Torah.
Etymology: From mosaïque, moysaique. English from the 17th century.
a surface decoration made by inlaying in patterns small pieces of variously colored glass, stone, or other material; -- called also mosaic work
a picture or design made in mosaic; an article decorated in mosaic
of or pertaining to the style of work called mosaic; formed by uniting pieces of different colors; variegated; tessellated; also, composed of various materials or ingredients
of or pertaining to Moses, the leader of the Israelites, or established through his agency; as, the Mosaic law, rites, or institutions
Etymology: [From Moses.]
Mosaic is the art of creating images with an assemblage of small pieces of colored glass, stone, or other materials. It may be a technique of decorative art, an aspect of interior decoration, or of cultural and spiritual significance as in a cathedral. Small pieces, mostly roughly square, of stone or glass of different colors, known as tesserae, are used to create a pattern or picture.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
mö-zā′ik, n. a kind of work in which designs are formed by small pieces of coloured marble, glass, &c. cemented on a ground of stucco, or inlaid upon metal.—adj. relating to, or composed of, mosaic.—adv. Mosā′ically.—n. Mosā′icist.—Mosaic gold, an alloy of copper and zinc—also Ormolu. [Fr.,—L. musæum or musivum (opus), mosaic (work)—Gr. mouseios—Mousa, a muse.]
mō-zā′ik, adj. pertaining to Moses, the great Jewish lawgiver.—n. Mō′saism.—Mosaic Law, the law of the Jews given by Moses at Mount Sinai.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms
An assembly of overlapping photographs that have been matched to form a continuous photographic representation of a portion of the surface of the Earth. See also controlled mosaic; semi-controlled mosaic.
British National Corpus
Rank popularity for the word 'mosaic' in Nouns Frequency: #2688
The numerical value of mosaic in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of mosaic in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
We become not a melting pot but a beautiful mosaic. Different people, different beliefs, different yearnings, different hopes, different dreams.
It's not quantitative, but it gives you anecdotal data points that become part of the mosaic of your thesis about whether to be bullish or bearish on trends, names and products.
I value storytellers, i value journalists. I value photographers. I value the artists... who are going to paint the mosaic that we're all going to march toward. And Time magazine is one of those artists.
What is called good society is usually nothing but a mosaic of polished caricatures.
My expectation is another period of impasse, polarization and an inability to talk, we may see the gradual degradation of the state ... a gradual slide into a country that has a mosaic of areas of control and areas without control that are quite dangerous.
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- mosaicCatalan, Valencian
- mozaika, kolážCzech
- Collage, MosaikGerman
- ψηφιδωτό, μωσαϊκόGreek
- mosaiikki, kollaasiFinnish
- פסיפס, מוזאיקהHebrew
- [[մոզաիկ]] [[հիվանդություն]], խճանկար, մոզաիկ, մոզաիկություն, մոզաիկաArmenian
- collage, mozaïekvirus, mozaïekDutch
- мозаик, mozaikSerbo-Croatian
- mozaik, kesyap, silmetaşTurkish
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