- of or relating to a galaxy.
- of or relating to the Milky Way.
- immense; huge; vast: a problem of galactic proportions.
- Physiology. pertaining to or stimulating the secretion of milk.
Origin of galactic
Examples from the Web for galactic
Contemporary Examples of galactic
Scroguard, Galactic Cap, and More: Will Anyone Wear Normal Condoms In the Future?7 Must-Read Stories About Vladimir Putin, America’s Biggest Prescription Drug and a Night With a Libertarian Porn Star
The Daily Beast
November 15, 2014
This was due to be handed over to Galactic early in 2016 after Scaled Composites pilots completed test flights.Can Anyone Make Space Safe for Civilians?
November 4, 2014
Indeed, by submitting to the FAA review Galactic was being asked to set the standards for all who followed… if they could.
But remember, this was uncharted territory for the FAA just as it was for Galactic.
With that task accomplished, the SAMI team can get to work on the task of galactic demographics in earnest.SAMI Is Like Google Earth for the Universe
Matthew R. Francis
July 27, 2014
Historical Examples of galactic
Three of them were still in the uniform of the Galactic Guards.Happy Ending
The beams of light glistened off the spire of the Galactic cache.Warrior Race
He was using a protractor, which was divided into Galactic degrees.The Players
Everett B. Cole
There were only two alternatives: the Empire or Galactic anarchy.
He turned and glared at Faress; professors do not glare at galactic emperors.
- astronomy of or relating to a galaxy, esp the Galaxythe galactic plane
- med of or relating to milk
Word Origin for galactic
Word Origin and History for galactic
1839, "of the Milky Way," from Late Latin galacticus, from galaxias (see galaxy). In modern scientific sense "pertaining to (our) galaxy," from 1849.
- Relating to milk.
- Promoting the flow of milk.