noun, plural cos·mog·o·nies.
Origin of cosmogony
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Historical Examples of cosmogony
The "origin of things" is the history of the Creation of the world, Cosmogony.
With it ends the series treating of the Cosmogony or Beginnings of the World.
And did he not talk a long string of learning about Greek and cosmogony, and the world?'The Vicar of Wakefield
It was common sense that inspired Ptolemy's theory of cosmogony.The Servant Problem
Robert F. Young
They very nearly failed to assimilate the Copernican cosmogony.Essays Towards a Theory of Knowledge
noun plural -nies
Word Origin for cosmogony
1690s as "a theory of the creation;" 1766 as "the creation of the universe," from Latinized form of Greek kosmogonia "creation of the world," from kosmos "world, universe" (see cosmos) + -gonia "a begetting."