cubist

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See also: Cubist

English[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

See Cubist.

Adjective[edit]

cubist (comparative more cubist, superlative most cubist)

  1. Alternative letter-case form of Cubist.

Noun[edit]

cubist (plural cubists)

  1. Alternative letter-case form of Cubist.

Etymology 2[edit]

From cube +‎ -ist.

Noun[edit]

cubist (plural cubists)

  1. A player of Rubik's cube; a cuber.
    • [1982 March 18, Stephan Sulyak, “Review: The magic cube (A Büvös Kocka)”, in New Scientist, volume 93, number 1297, ISSN 0028-6664, page 734:
      [] as far as I know there is no standard word describing the art of playing with the cube. Cubing? Cubistics? Rubikonomia? or perhaps Rubikomania? Can the science (or art) of doing it be called “cubology”, as suggested by Scientific American? Some enthusiasts borrow “cubism” and call themselves “cubists”, all very reminiscent of the 1920s three dimensional, modern art phase.]
    • 1992 May 5, SH...@slacvm.slac.stanford.edu, “Re: God's algorithm again for Rubiks Cube, was Re: combinatorial puzzl”, in rec.puzzles, Usenet[1]:
      Being a new reader of this group and a novice cubist, I'm not familiar with either of these notations. Would someone please fill me in? Thanks in advance for the help.

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Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From French cubiste.

Noun[edit]

cubist m (plural cubiști)

  1. Cubist

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