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Cosmogonal
Cosmogonal Cos*mog"o*nal (k?z-m?g"?-nal), Cosmogonic Cos`mo*gon"ic (k?z`m?-g?n"?k), Cosmogonical Cos`mo*gon"ic*al (-g?n"?-kal), a. Belonging to cosmogony. --B. Powell. Gladstone.
Cosmogonic
Cosmogonal Cos*mog"o*nal (k?z-m?g"?-nal), Cosmogonic Cos`mo*gon"ic (k?z`m?-g?n"?k), Cosmogonical Cos`mo*gon"ic*al (-g?n"?-kal), a. Belonging to cosmogony. --B. Powell. Gladstone.
Cosmogonical
Cosmogonal Cos*mog"o*nal (k?z-m?g"?-nal), Cosmogonic Cos`mo*gon"ic (k?z`m?-g?n"?k), Cosmogonical Cos`mo*gon"ic*al (-g?n"?-kal), a. Belonging to cosmogony. --B. Powell. Gladstone.
Cosmogonies
Cosmogony Cos*mog"o*ny (-n?), n.; pl. Cosmogonies (-n?z). [Gr. kosmogoni`a; ko`smos the world + root of gi`gnesthai to be born: cf. F. cosmogonie.] The creation of the world or universe; a theory or account of such creation; as, the poetical cosmogony of Hesoid; the cosmogonies of Thales, Anaxagoras, and Plato.
Cosmogonist
Cosmogonist Cos*mog"o*nist (k?z-m?g"?-n?st), n. One who treats of the origin of the universe; one versed in cosmogony.
Cosmogony
Cosmogony Cos*mog"o*ny (-n?), n.; pl. Cosmogonies (-n?z). [Gr. kosmogoni`a; ko`smos the world + root of gi`gnesthai to be born: cf. F. cosmogonie.] The creation of the world or universe; a theory or account of such creation; as, the poetical cosmogony of Hesoid; the cosmogonies of Thales, Anaxagoras, and Plato.
Homogonous
Homogonous Ho*mog"o*nous, a. [Gr. ?. See Homogeneous.] (Bot.) Having all the flowers of a plant alike in respect to the stamens and pistils.
Homogony
Homogony Ho*mog"o*ny, n. (Bot.) The condition of having homogonous flowers.
Hormogonium
Hormogonium Hor`mo*go*ni"um, n. [NL., fr. Gr. ?a chain + ? generation.] (Bot.) A chain of small cells in certain alg[ae], by which the plant is propogated.
Spermogonium
Spermogonium Sper`mo*go"ni*um, n. [NL.; spermo- + Gr. ??? offspring.] (Bot.) A conceptacle of certain lichens, which contains spermatia.

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- Mogons or Moguns was a Celtic god worshiped in Roman Britain and Gaul. The main evidence is from altars dedicated to the god by Roman soldiers. According...
- capital of the Las Villas region-, Mogón, La Caleruela, Agrupación de Mogón y Arroturas. Villacarrillo Agrupación de Mogón, 38°03′15″N 3°04′18″W / 38.05417°N...
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- Edition. p. 6. "A History of Communications Security in New Zealand By Eric Mogon", Chapter 8 "The History of Information ****urance (IA)". Government Communications...
- significance. The Roman soldiers defending Gallia had adopted the Gallic god Mogons (Mogounus, Moguns, Mogonino), for the meaning of which etymology offers...
- of Intelligence. Cambridge University Press. p. 165. ISBN 0-521-85522-5. Mogon, Eric. "Chapter 8-A History of Communications Security in New Zealand/ Codes...
- Celtic *mogunt-, 'mighty, great, powerful', used as a divine name (see Mogons) Meggingen From Celtic *mago-, 'plain, field' Neumagen-Dhron, Rheinland-Pfalz...
- Cannes Film Festival. María Félix as Faustina Fernando Fernán Gómez as Mogon Conrado San Martín as Capitán Batler Fernando Rey as Valentín Elisa Montés...
- enclosed in a nimbus; the insignia of Emperor Constantine; the sign of Mogons, a Celtic sun-god; or the sign of Mithras, a Roman god. Due to the power...
- creatures. One Sorcerer, Andro Mogon, created Undeath. Thus began his three thousand-year reign. The Undead Sorcerer Andro Mogon sealed off his homeland of...
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