By contrast, the coma Cluster is a large galaxy cluster about 320 million light-years away.
In a coma for five days, he decided to try cannabis upon his release seven days later.
In March last year her second son Prince Johan Friso was struck by an avalanche in Austria and remains in a coma.
His wife is in a coma from a boating accident, and he wants to bring his family together before she dies.
Olivia Cull, this vibrant force of nature, suffered irreversible brain damage and died after several days in a coma.
At present, he is in a state of coma, recognizing no one, nothing that goes on about him.
It was the end; coma was coming; the mind was departing with the breath.
coma for three, four and five days from carbon monoxide has been frequently observed.
It was not long before they were reduced to a coma of hunger.
He sank soon after this little speech into a coma which continued to hold him in its unbroken grasp as night fell.
state of prolonged unconsciousness, 1640s, from Latinized form of Greek koma (genitive komatos) "deep sleep," of uncertain origin.
"head of a comet," 1765, from Latin coma, from Greek kome "hair of the head," of unknown origin. Earlier in English as a botanical term for a tuft of hairs (1660s).
coma co·ma (kō'mə)
A state of profound unconsciousness in which an individual is incapable of sensing or responding to external stimuli.
|coma 1 |
A state of deep unconsciousness, usually resulting from brain trauma or metabolic disease, in which an individual is incapable of sensing or responding to external stimuli.
|coma 2 |
Plural comae (kō'mē)