[mag-luh-moh-see-uh n, -shuh n, -zhuh n] /ˌmæg ləˈmoʊ si ən, -ʃən, -ʒən/
of, relating to, or characteristic of the first Mesolithic culture of the northern European plain, adapted to forest and waterside habitats and characterized by flint axes, microliths, and bone and antler equipment used in hunting and fishing.
the first Mesolithic culture of N Europe, dating from 8000 bc to about 5000 bc: important for the rare wooden objects that have been preserved, such as dugout canoes
designating or relating to this culture
[mag-lev] /ˈmægˌlɛv/ noun 1. . /ˈmæɡˌlɛv/ noun 1. a type of high-speed train that runs on magnets supported by a magnetic field generated around the track 1973, contraction of magnetic levitation.
magnetic levitation [train]
[mag-muh] /ˈmæg mə/ noun, plural magmas, magmata [mag-muh-tuh] /ˈmæg mə tə/ (Show IPA) 1. Geology. molten material beneath or within the earth’s crust, from which igneous rock is formed. 2. any crude mixture of finely divided mineral or organic matter. 3. Chemistry, Pharmacology. a paste composed of solid and liquid matter. /ˈmæɡmə/ noun (pl) -mas, […]
language A language that allows programmability of the control environment, e.g. recursion, backtracking, coroutines, nondeterminism, etc. Magma2 was the successor to MagmaLISP. [“Magma2: A Language Oriented Toward Experiments in Control”, Franco Turini, ACM TOPLAS 6(4):468-486 (Oct 1984)]. (1995-07-30)