American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A human who has certain physiological processes aided or controlled by mechanical or electronic devices.
- n. science fiction a person who is part machine, a robot who is part organic
- n. science fiction a robot who has an organic past
- n. a human being whose body has been taken over in whole or in part by electromechanical devices
- cyb(ernetic) + org(anism). (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Marvelâ€ ™ s ultimate cyborg is back in this 7-issue Marvel Knights limited series written by Charlie Huston (MOON KNIGHT) and breathtakingly illustrated by Lan Medina (FOOLKILLER).”
“Look out world, Sarah Connor is out to give her son a normal life and not even a metallic cyborg from the future is going to stop that from happening.”
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“A cyborg is a symbiotic fusion of human and machine, originally envisioned as a human with machine modificationsand implants.”
“cyborg' is way different than the vengeance triliogy, but fun as hell - you'll love it.”
“I remember your hair and how it made you look like an elfin cyborg.”
“As, what I suppose is most aptly called a cyborg, she is the ultimate other, totally isolated yet profoundly superior to the rest of the human race.”
“A cyborg is a human whose physiological and anatomical functions are augmented by mechanical or electronic means.”
“This is the first major series since Dark Angel, however, to genuinely offer what may rightly be called a cyborg and one cannot help wondering if the choice of dark-haired actress Michelle Ryan for the new Jamie Sommers was influenced by Jessica Alba's role in that series.”
“After all, the human as a cyborg is the human extended, not diminished.”
“I don't recall anyone mentioning the ugly word cyborg, however.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘cyborg’.
Buzzwords of our time
pretty open-ended here—terms, ideas, lingo, technologies and phenomena (real or postulated) that are, were, should be or could be used in speculative fiction
my first list
Magical, mechanical, or medical. All man-made.
words that evoke magic, mystery, mayhem, magnificence or anything else that glimmers in the grass
Words I like!
( personal list, favorite words, randomness )
Beings that look human but are not, and powers that people can have.
words that feel good, either in my mouth, or in my possession.
words relating to the TV show Smallville (the early years of Clark Kent!)
Looking for tweets for cyborg.