[kee-mosh] /ˈki mɒʃ/
a Moabite god. Jer. 48.
the destroyer, subduer, or fish-god, the god of the Moabites (Num. 21:29; Jer. 48:7, 13, 46). The worship of this god, “the abomination of Moab,” was introduced at Jerusalem by Solomon (1 Kings 11:7), but was abolished by Josiah (2 Kings 23:13). On the “Moabite Stone” (q.v.), Mesha (2 Kings 3:5) ascribes his victories over the king of Israel to this god, “And Chemosh drove him before my sight.”
chemosis che·mo·sis (kē-mō’sĭs) n. Edema of the bulbar conjunctiva, forming a swelling around the cornea. che·mot’ic (-mŏt’ĭk) adj.
[kee-moz-moh-sis, -mos-, kem-oz-, -os-] /ˌki mɒzˈmoʊ sɪs, -mɒs-, ˌkɛm ɒz-, -ɒs-/ noun 1. chemical action between substances that occurs through an intervening, semipermeable membrane. /ˌkɛmɒzˈməʊsɪs/ noun 1. a variant spelling of chemiosmosis
[kee-muh-sfeer, kem-uh-] /ˈki məˌsfɪər, ˈkɛm ə-/ noun 1. the region of the atmosphere most characterized by chemical, especially photochemical, activity, starting in the stratosphere and including the mesosphere and perhaps part of the thermosphere. /ˈkɛməˌsfɪə/ noun 1. (meteorol) a rare name for thermosphere
/ˈkiːməʊˌstæt; ˈkɛm-/ noun 1. an apparatus for growing bacterial cultures at a constant rate by controlling the supply of nutrient medium