[stahr-uh v-juh-roo-suh-luh m] /ˈstɑr əv dʒəˈru sə ləm/
noun, plural stars-of-Jerusalem.
noun, Astronomy. 1. a rapid change in the mass distribution or shape of a pulsar, resulting in a fluctuation of the pulsar’s pulse rate or radiation intensity.
adjective 1. set or studded with or as with stars. 2. decorated with a star, as of an order. 3. marked with a starlike figure or spot, especially an asterisk. 4. Linguistics. (of a form or construction) ungrammatical or otherwise unacceptable: so called because of the convention of placing an asterisk before such a form. […]
noun 1. any of the heavenly bodies, except the moon, appearing as fixed luminous points in the sky at night. 2. Astronomy. any of the large, self-luminous, heavenly bodies, as the sun, Polaris, etc. 3. any heavenly body. 4. Astrology. a heavenly body, especially a planet, considered as influencing humankind and events. 5. a person’s […]
noun 1. former name for highway contract route.