[ploo-tuh-krat-ik] /ˌplu təˈkræt ɪk/
of, relating to, or characterized by a or .
noun a celestial body which orbits the Sun but is further from it than Neptune; designated by the International Astronomical Union to refer to Pluto and similar space objects Examples A plutoid shares its orbit with other objects and is somewhat spherical. Word Origin 2006
noun a passion or craving for wealth, obsession with money; delusion that one is wealthy Word Origin Greek ploutos ‘wealth’ n. 1650s, “mad pursuit of wealth,” from Greek ploutos “wealth” (see Pluto) + mania. As “imaginary possession of wealth” from 1894. Related: Plutomaniac.
[ploo-ton] /ˈplu tɒn/ noun, Geology. 1. any body of igneous rock that solidified far below the earth’s surface. /ˈpluːtɒn/ noun 1. any mass of igneous rock that has solidified below the surface of the earth pluton (pl’tŏn’) A large body of igneous rock formed when a plume of magma cools and solidifies underground. Although most […]
[ploo-toh-nee-uh n] /pluˈtoʊ ni ən/ adjective 1. Also, Plutonic [ploo-ton-ik] /pluˈtɒn ɪk/ (Show IPA). of, relating to, or resembling Pluto or the lower world; infernal. /pluːˈtəʊnɪən/ adjective 1. of or relating to Pluto (the god) or the underworld; infernal adj. 1660s, “pertaining to the god Pluto,” from Latin Plutonius, from Greek Ploutonius, from Plouton “pertaining […]