[eks nahy-uh-loh, nee-uh-] /ˌɛks ˈnaɪ ə loʊ, ˈni ə-/
adverb, adjective, Latin.
out of nothing; from nothing.
Latin, literally “out of nothing,” from ex “out of” (see ex-) + nihilo, ablative of nihil “nothing” (see nil).
[eks ni-hi-loh ni-hil fit; English eks nahy-hi-loh nahy-hil fit, nee-hi-loh nee-hil] /ɛks ˈnɪ hɪˌloʊ ˈnɪ hɪl ˈfɪt; English ɛks ˈnaɪ hɪˌloʊ ˈnaɪ hɪl ˈfɪt, ˈni hɪˌloʊ ˈni hɪl/ Latin. 1. nothing is created from nothing.
1. a combining form meaning “outside,” “outer,” “external,” used in the formation of compound words: exocentric. combining form 1. external, outside, or beyond: exobiology, exothermal word-forming element used in scientific words (e.g. exoskeleton), from Greek exo “outside,” related to ex “out of” (see ex-). exo- pref. Outside; external: exoskeleton. exo- A prefix that means “outside” […]
exoantigen ex·o·an·ti·gen (ěk’sō-ān’tĭ-jən) n. See ectoantigen.
[ek-soh-bahy-ol-uh-jee] /ˌɛk soʊ baɪˈɒl ə dʒi/ noun 1. the study of life beyond the earth’s atmosphere, as on other planets. /ˌɛksəʊbaɪˈɒlədʒɪ/ noun 1. another name for astrobiology exobiology (ěk’sō-bī-ŏl’ə-jē) The branch of biology that deals with the search for extraterrestrial life and the effects of extraterrestrial surroundings on living organisms. Also called astrobiology.