from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Of the Neptune of Greek mythology
- adj. Of or pertaining to Neptune, the eighth planet of the Solar System
- adj. Formed by the action of water
- adj. Pertaining to the element neptunium
- n. An inhabitant of the planet Neptune.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to the ocean or sea.
- adj. Formed by water or aqueous solution.
- proper n. One who adopts the Neptunian theory.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to Neptune, the god of the sea, or to the ocean or sea itself.
- In geology, formed by water or in its presence.
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The objects within the Kuiper belt, together with the members of the scattered disc and any potential Hills cloud or Oort cloud objects, are collectively referred to as trans-Neptunian objects (TNOs).
Now would be a perfect chance to get the kids excited about Kuiper Belt and Trans-Neptunian Objects, and maybe the whole celestial object naming business.
Mercurio D. Rivera's "In the Harsh Glow of its Incandescent Beauty" is a captivating story of revenge on the Neptunian moon of Triton.
Thus astrologers with a dominant Neptune or Uranus tend to attract Neptunian or Uranian subjects respectively.
The Objects of this region are sometimes referred to as Trans-Neptunian Objects.
I want to cover the asteroid belt, comets, dwarf planets particularly TNOs or Trans-Neptunian Objects and interplanetary dust.
His area of research is anthropology of Neptunian culture, specifically *on* the planet Neptune.
From this, I assume that you are a green space alien from Venus made of cheese blown out of the nostril of a Neptunian writing this by focusing your brain waves through the gravitational field of Sirius.
This date in history marks the discovery of what we now refer to as a ‘‘Trans-Neptunian Object’’—Sedna.
The trans-Neptunian objects are members of the solar system like the planets and asteroids, but are too small and distant to have been detected until very recently.