Meaning of GLOBE in English


I. ˈglōb noun

Etymology: Middle French, from Latin globus

Date: 15th century

: something spherical or rounded: as

a. : a spherical representation of the earth, a celestial body, or the heavens

b. : earth 4

c. : orb 5

II. transitive verb

( globed ; glob·ing )

Date: 1641

archaic : to form into a globe

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