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Cosmo may refer to:

  • Cosmo, a first name of Greek and Albanian origin most often given to males of Italian descent.

Cosmo may also refer to:

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In cars:

In comics:

In entertainment (excluding several more specific categories below):

In food and drinks:

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In geography:

In media:

In music:

In sciences:

  • COSMO Solvation Model, calculation method for determining the electrostatic interaction of a molecule with a solvent
  • COSMO-SkyMed, Earth observation satellite system
  • Cosmo-theism, belief of American white nationalist William Luther Pierce (1933-2002)
  • Cosmo-theology, alternate spelling of Cosmotheology, a term coined by Immanuel Kant for a type of transcendental theology

In restaurants:

  • Cosmo's restaurant in Montreal

See also

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Wiktionary

Up to date as of January 15, 2010

Definition from Wiktionary, a free dictionary

See also cosmo

Contents

English

Etymology 1

Borrowed by Scotland from Italy in the 18th century. An Italian variant of Cosimo, from the saint's name Cosmas (martyred with his brother Damian in the fourth century), Ancient Greek κόσμος "order, ordered universe".

Proper noun

Singular
Cosmo

Plural
-

Cosmo

  1. A male given name, always rather rare.
Translations

Etymology 2

Proper noun

Singular
Cosmo

Plural
-

Cosmo

  1. (slang) Cosmopolitan magazine.

Anagrams

  • Anagrams of cmoos
  • SOCOM

Italian

Proper noun

Cosmo

  1. A male given name, variant of Cosimo, equivalent to English Cosmo.

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