microcosm

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a smaller system which is representative of or analogous to a larger one

Though our town is small and provincial, it is a true microcosm to the country as a whole.

a small, complete world
the world or universe on a small scale
{n} the little world, a title of man, manMicrocosmic salt, the acid of urine or phosphorus
The lesser world, man, which in the Middle Ages was believed to correspond in every respect with the greater world, called the macrocosm This correspondence was used to explain many magical effects Midsummer - The summer solstice, usually on or near June 21st, one of the Wiccan festivals and an excellent night for magick Midsummer marks the point of the year when the Sun is symbolically at the height of its powers, and so too the God The longest day of the year ~ Wicca : A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner - Scott Cunningham Mighty Ones, The - Beings, deities or presences often invoked during Wiccan ceremony to witness or guard the rituals The Mighty Ones are thought to be either spiritually evolved beings, once human, or spiritual entities created by or charged by the Goddess and God to protect Earth and to watch over the four directions They are sometimes linked with the Elements ~ Wicca : A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner - Scott Cunningham
Hence (so called by Paracelsus), a man, as a supposed epitome of the exterior universe or great world
That Part of the Universe Contained Within a Given System
A laboratory model of a natural Ecosystem in which certain environmental variables can be manipulated to observe the response The model test results are not always applicable to an actual ecosystem because the microcosm is, of necessity, a simplified collection of selected physical, chemical, and biological ecosystem components ADVANCE \x 540
A little world; a miniature universe
A community or other unit that is representative of a larger unity
{i} small world; small individual community; miniature of the world or universe
A unit that is a smaller version of something larger; in Meadian philosophy, child play was a microcosm of later adult behaviors
The lesser world, the physical Said to parallel the macrocosm, or greater world
A laboratory vessel set up to resemble as closely as possible the conditions of a natural environment
Opposed to macrocosm
Small order representing a larger, miniature model; man as a miniature cosmos Compare Macrocosm
A microcosm is a small society, place, or activity which has all the typical features of a much larger one and so seems like a smaller version of it. Kitchell says the city was a microcosm of all American culture during the '60s. a small group, society, or place that has the same qualities as a much larger one macrocosm microcosm of (microcosmus, from mikros kosmos )
(cf Macrocosm) The human body It was thought that the body was a "little universe" that reflected changes in the macrocosm, or greater universe
a miniature model of something
microcosmic
Of or pertaining to the microcosm
microcosmic
relating to or characteristic of a microcosm; "the microcosmic world of business"
microcosmic
of, or relating to the microcosm
microcosmic
{s} of a microcosm, of a small world, of or pertaining to a miniature world or universe
microcosmic
relating to or characteristic of a microcosm; "the microcosmic world of business
microcosms
plural of microcosm
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microcosm kur
(Bilgisayar) microcosm setup
microcosm kurumu
(Bilgisayar) microcosm setup
microcosm

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    macrocosm

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    /ˈmīkrəˌkäzəm/ /ˈmaɪkrəˌkɑːzəm/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'mI-kr&-"kä-z&m ] (noun.) 15th century. From the French microcosme, from the Latin microcosmus, from the Greek μικρός "small" + κόσμος (kosmos) "world"

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