macrocosm

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From Medieval Latin macrocosmus, formed from Ancient Greek μακρός (makros, great, long) + κόσμος (cosmos, universe, order).

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macrocosm (plural macrocosms)

  1. A complex structure, such as a society, considered as a single entity that contains numerous similar, smaller-scale structures.
  2. (used absolutely) The universe.

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French macrocosme

Noun[edit]

macrocosm n (plural macrocosmuri)

  1. A macrocosm

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The plural of this word is rarely used.

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