Definition of Oceanic. Meaning of Oceanic. Synonyms of Oceanic

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Interoceanic
Interoceanic In`ter*o`ce*an"ic, a. Between oceans; connecting oceans; as, interoceanic communication; an interoceanic canal.

Meaning of Oceanic from wikipedia

- Oceanic may refer to: Of or relating to the ocean Of or relating to Oceania Oceanic climate Oceanic languages Oceanic person or people, also called "Pacific...
- An oceanic climate, also known as a marine climate or temperate oceanic climate, is the Köppen cl****ification of climate typical of west coasts in higher...
- the deep oceanic trench, and is known as the hadalpelagic. This lies between 6,000–11,000 meters (20,000–36,000 ft) and is the deepest oceanic zone. The...
- include the oceanic trench ****ociated with a subduction zone. The Atlantic ocean and the Arctic ocean are good examples of active, growing oceanic basins,...
- Knights. However, the Océanic were shut out in the final game 4–0.[citation needed] The QMJHL announced on April 3, 2008, that the Océanic were chosen to host...
- Oceanic Airlines, and less frequently, Oceanic Airways, is the name of a fictional airline used in several films, television programs, and comic books;...
- The Oceanic zone is typically defined as the area of the ocean lying beyond the continental shelf, but operationally is often referred to as beginning...
- The Pacific Ocean is the largest and deepest of Earth's oceanic divisions. It extends from the Arctic Ocean in the north to the Southern Ocean (or, depending...
- Though covering a vast area, Oceanic languages are spoken by only two million people. The largest individual Oceanic languages are Eastern Fijian with...
- oceanic dolphins do not possess fully developed hind limbs, some possess discrete rudimentary appendages, which may contain feet and digits. Oceanic dolphins...
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