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A large astronomical body that revolves around a central star. It is usually part of a solar system.
by PlanetJunkie February 03, 2010
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A euphemism for β€œkill me” now that composting oneself after one’s death has become popular.
All right, why don’t you just compost me?
by Dr Bunnygirl March 22, 2020
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1. From Latin, literally meaning wanderer.

2. Anachronistic usage: a star that wanders, or moves, in the sky.

3. A world that orbits a star or other celestial object. Primary planets our solar system include Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. Secondary planets orbit primary planets. Earth and Pluto are binary planets. Secondary planets are some times called minor planets, but minor planets also include planets that does not orbit other planets. Pluto's status as a major or minor planet is debated.
by Downstrike May 22, 2004
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In Qualculus a body of knowledge you may assume to be true.
She voted for him because he believed that he would do what he promised. She apparently did not have his past performance record in her planet.
by Robert A. August 12, 2004
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A Realm of information or knowledge.
A School of thought
A Knowledgebase or collection of thoughts (Qualculus)
Planet Java (a Site about Java)
Animal Planet (A channel dedicated to learning about Animals)
Ocean Planet, Rugby Planet.
by Dave Vyrd November 24, 2003
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A large body, smaller than a star but larger than an asteroid. A planet is also known as Melissa.
"Woah! Did you see that planet?"
"yeah why does Melissa always crash the fun!"
by Planethater December 20, 2012
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