Origin of universe
Examples from the Web for universe
Nerd Cruise By Adam Rogers, Wired What 800 Nerds on a Cruise Ship Taught Me About Life, the Universe, and Snorkeling.
It's about the delicate fabric of the universe and how our fragile insides crumble when that fabric is torn.Alfred Hitchcock’s Fade to Black: The Great Director’s Final Days|David Freeman|December 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Our lives come and go quickly, only offering us glimpses of the slow evolution of the Universe.
They don't call him the "Master of the Universe" for nothing.
He also believes in aliens, which he divulged on the Discovery Channel special Into the Universe with Stephen Hawking.
And in the book it said, "It can be maintained that the evil of pride consists in being out of proportion to the universe."Tremendous Trifles|G. K. Chesterton
For all around the North Sea and on its bosom have risen races of men to conquer the universe again and again.Roden's Corner|Henry Seton Merriman
To repeat: Our intellect is not ours, it does not belong to man, but it together with man belongs to the universe.The Positive Outcome of Philosophy|Joseph Dietzgen
There necessarily exists something; this is nature or the universe, this nature necessarily acts as she does.The System of Nature, Volume 2|Paul Henri Thiery (Baron D'Holbach)
It might easily have defined itself in some sort of pantheistic theory of the universe, but it never did so.Among Famous Books|John Kelman
British Dictionary definitions for universe
Word Origin for universe
Word Origin and History for universe
1580s, "the whole world, cosmos," from Old French univers (12c.), from Latin universum "the universe," noun use of neuter of adj. universus "all together," literally "turned into one," from unus "one" (see one) + versus, past participle of vertere "to turn" (see versus). Properly a loan-translation of Greek to holon "the universe," noun use of neuter of adj. holos "whole" (see safe (adj.)).