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Noun: mosaic  mow'zey(-i)k
  1. Art consisting of a design made of small pieces of coloured stone or glass
  2. Viral disease in solanaceous plants (tomatoes, potatoes, tobacco) resulting in mottling and often shriveling of the leaves
  3. A pattern resembling a mosaic
  4. Transducer formed by the light-sensitive surface on a television camera tube
  5. Arrangement of aerial photographs forming a composite picture
    - arial mosaic, photomosaic
Verb: mosaic (mosaicked,mosaicking)  mow'zey(-i)k
  1. Decorate with mosaic
Adjective: Mosaic  mow'zey(-i)k
  1. Of or relating to Moses or the laws and writings attributed to him
    "Mosaic Law"
Noun: Mosaic  mow'zey(-i)k
  1. A freeware browser

Derived forms: mosaicking, mosaics, mosaicked

Type of: art, browser, exposure, fine art, form, pattern, photo, photograph, pic [informal], piccy [informal], picture, plant disease, shape, transducer, web browser

Part of: camera, television camera, tv camera

Encyclopedia: Mosaic