microcosm

Epitome vs Microcosm - What's the difference?

epitome | microcosm |


As nouns the difference between epitome and microcosm

is that epitome is (label) (embodiment or encapsulation of) while microcosm is human nature or the human body as representative of the wider universe; man considered as a miniature counterpart of divine or universal nature.

Microcosm vs Microcosm - What's the difference?

microcosm | microcosm |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between microcosm and microcosm

is that microcosm is (obsolete) the human body; a person while microcosm is (obsolete) the human body; a person.

In ecology|lang=en terms the difference between microcosm and microcosm

is that microcosm is (ecology) a small natural ecosystem; an artificial ecosystem set up as an experimental model while microcosm is (ecology) a small natural ecosystem; an artificial ecosystem set up as an experimental model.

As nouns the difference between microcosm and microcosm

is that microcosm is human nature or the human body as representative of the wider universe; man considered as a miniature counterpart of divine or universal nature while microcosm is human nature or the human body as representative of the wider universe; man considered as a miniature counterpart of divine or universal nature.

Microcosm - What does it mean?

microcosm | |

Microcosm vs Microworld - What's the difference?

microcosm | microworld |


As nouns the difference between microcosm and microworld

is that microcosm is human nature or the human body as representative of the wider universe; man considered as a miniature counterpart of divine or universal nature while microworld is the world as it exists at a microscopic scale, subject to quantum effects etc.

Microcosm vs Encompass - What's the difference?

microcosm | encompass |


As a noun microcosm

is human nature or the human body as representative of the wider universe; man considered as a miniature counterpart of divine or universal nature.

As a verb encompass is

to form a circle around; to encircle.

Inminiature vs Microcosm - What's the difference?

inminiature | microcosm |


As a noun microcosm is

human nature or the human body as representative of the wider universe; man considered as a miniature counterpart of divine or universal nature.

Miniature vs Microcosm - What's the difference?

miniature | microcosm |


As nouns the difference between miniature and microcosm

is that miniature is greatly diminished size or form; reduced scale while microcosm is human nature or the human body as representative of the wider universe; man considered as a miniature counterpart of divine or universal nature.

As an adjective miniature

is smaller than normal.

As a verb miniature

is to make smaller than normal; to reproduce in miniature.

Microcosm vs Mesocosmampflash - What's the difference?

microcosm | mesocosmampflash |

Taxonomy vs Microcosm - What's the difference?

taxonomy | microcosm |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and microcosm

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while microcosm is human nature or the human body as representative of the wider universe; man considered as a miniature counterpart of divine or universal nature.

Microcosm vs Microcosmos - What's the difference?

microcosm | microcosmos |


As nouns the difference between microcosm and microcosmos

is that microcosm is human nature or the human body as representative of the wider universe; man considered as a miniature counterpart of divine or universal nature while microcosmos is a small or microscopic cosmos; a microcosm.

Pages