from the Greek word tele meaning "distant; far away"
n. A meeting at which people and talk to each other using long-distance devices, such as telephones, televisions, and computers
n. An instrument invented in 1837 by Samuel Morse that used electricity passing through wires to send messages over distances
n. Selling by telephone
n. An instrument for making distant objects look closer and larger
from the Greek word aster and the Latin word astrum meaning "star; outer space"
n. a space traveler; also derived from the Greek nautilos meaning "sailor or traveler".
adj. Extremely large; huge
related to astronomy