Definition of Cumulus. Meaning of Cumulus. Synonyms of Cumulus

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Definition of Cumulus

Cumulus
Cumulus Cu"mu*lus (k?"m?-l?s), n.; pl. Cumuli (-l?). [L., a heap. See Cumber.] (Meteor.) One of the four principal forms of clouds. SeeCloud.

Meaning of Cumulus from wikipedia

- ****ulus clouds are clouds which have flat bases and are often described as "puffy", "cotton-like" or "fluffy" in appearance. Their name derives from the...
- ****ulus Media, Inc. is an American broadcasting company and is the third largest owner and operator of AM and FM radio stations in the United States behind...
- ****ulus Networks is a computer software company headquartered in Mountain View, California, USA. The company designs and sells a Linux operating system...
- ****ulus, ****ulonimbus), and low (stratus, strato-) according to the altitude level or levels at which each cloud is normally found. Small ****ulus are...
- The ****ulus oophorus, also called discus proligerus, is a cluster of cell (called ****ulus cells) that surround the oocyte both in the ovarian follicle...
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- ****ulus congestus clouds, also known as towering ****ulus, are a form of ****ulus cloud that can be based in the low or middle height ranges. They achieve...
- ****ulus Media Networks was an American radio network owned and operated by ****ulus Media. From 2011 until its merger with Westwood One, it controlled many...
- ****ulus humilis are ****uliform clouds with little vertical extent, common in the summer, that are often referred to as "fair weather ****ulus". If they...
- ****ulus mediocris is a low to middle level cloud with some vertical extent (Family D1) of the genus ****ulus, larger in vertical development than ****ulus...
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