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File:EmissionNebula NGC6357.jpg

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From Latin nebula (little cloud", "mist). Akin to Greek νεφέλη, "cloud", German Nebel, "mist", "nebula", Old Norse nifl.

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Nebula

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nebulae or nebulas

Nebula (plural nebulae or nebulas)
  1. (astronomy) A cloud in outer space consisting of gas or dust (e.g. a cloud formed after a star explodes).

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Nebula

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Nebulas

Nebula (plural Nebulas)
  1. fog, mist, haze
  2. (pathology) nebula

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nebula f. (plural nebule)

  1. (archaic) fog, mist; cloud
  2. nebula

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From Proto-Indo-European *nébʰos (cloud). Cognate with Ancient Greek νέφος (nephos), Sanskrit नभस् (nábhas).

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nebula (genitive nebulae); f, first declension

  1. fog
  2. cloud
  3. vapor
  4. vocative singular of nebula

nebulā f.

  1. ablative singular of nebula

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Number Singular Plural
nominative nebula nebulae
genitive nebulae nebulārum
dative nebulae nebulīs
accusative nebulam nebulās
ablative nebulā nebulīs
vocative nebula nebulae

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