Complete Definition of "geocentric"

English
Etymology
From Greek γεÏκενÏÏικÏÏ (geokentrikos) "having the earth as his centre", from Ancient Greek γαία (gaia) "earth" + κένÏÏον (kentron) "centre".
Adjective
geocentric (absolute; no comparative or superlative)

#Having the Earth at the center. Usually in reference to the Solar System.

Translations
trans-top|having Earth at center
Finnish: maakeskinen, geosentrinen
Italian: geocentrico
trans-mid
trans-bottom

Antonyms
heliocentric

Category:Greek derivations

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