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Of Middle English origin, derived from the Latin meteorum, from the Ancient Greek μετέωρον (meteōron), itself of the Ancient Greek μετέωρος (meteōros), raised from the ground, hanging, lofty), from μετά (meta), in the midst of, among, between) + αείρω (aeiro), to lift, to heave, to raise up).

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Meteor

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Meteors

Meteor (plural Meteors)
  1. A fast moving streak of light in the night sky caused by the entry of extraterrestrial matter into the earth's atmosphere.
  2. Patrono:Juggling A prop similar to poi balls, in that it is twirled at the end of a cord or cable.
  3. Patrono:Martial arts A striking weapon resembling a Track and Field hammer consisting of a weight swung at the end of a cable or chain.

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  • Patrono:P. Herman Melville, “The Portent (1859)”
    But the streaming beard is shown
    (Weird John Brown),
    The meteor of the war.

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Polish Wikipedia has an article on:
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Meteor m.

  1. (astronomy) meteor

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  • IPA: /metěoːr/
  • Hyphenation: me‧te‧or

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metèōr m. (Cyrillic spelling метѐо̄р)

  1. (astronomy) meteor

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