Crossword clues for ocean
- It goes from shore to shore
- Blue expanse
- Where the big buoys are?
- Huge amount
- View that may cost you extra
- Body resting in bed?
- Much of a world map
- Most of our planet's surface
- "That deep, blue, bottomless soul," per Melville
- School zone?
- A large body of water constituting a principal part of the hydrosphere
- Anything apparently limitless in quantity or volume
- Vast amount
- Arctic or Indian
- Popular rock band
- Pelagic body
- Very large quantity
- Poseidon's realm
- Thalassic area
- Singer born in Trinidad
- Unlimited quantity
- Indian is one
- Vast quantity
- "...Neptune's ___ wash this blood": Shak.
- Watery expanse
- Davy Jones's realm
- Where the Shannon ends
- Singer Billy ___
- " . . . sailed the ___ blue"
- Pop singer Billy
- Flattop's milieu
- W Pacific island
- "Loverboy" singer Billy
- Continental divider
- Thalassic locale
- The Indian, for one
- Mariner's world
- Cousteau's milieu
- Immense expanse
- "On life's vast ___ . . . ": Pope
- Whale's milieu
- Swell place?
- Anagram for canoe
- Sight at Atlantic City
- Milieu of some tramps
- Immense quantity
- " . . . the gem of the ___"
- Milieu of some greyhounds
- Great expanse
- Indian or Arctic
- Great amount
- The briny deep
- Huge quantity
- Billy ___, pop singer
- Arctic, e.g.
- Rhode Island, the ___ State
- Area in an atlas
- QE2 milieu
- Kind of ography
- 50th-state separator
- Lindy's hurdle
- View from Plymouth
- Sight at Fort Lauderdale
- Rock star
- Rock star Billy
- "An ___ Rhapsody": Ward
- Symbol of vastness
- Vast expanse
- Arctic, for one
- Indian, for one
- The deep
- Indian, e.g.
- Pacific, for one
- Arctic or Indian, e.g.
- Continental divide?
- Great quantity
- Wide expanse
- Milieu for Queen Elizabeth II
- Indian ___
- Kind of liner
- Neptune's realm
- Drink, so to speak
- Liner locale
- Most of the world
- Three quarters of the earth, basically
- Swell area
- Arctic ___
- "Wavy waste," to Thomas Hood
- Place for a beach
- The Atlantic, e.g.
- Continent separator
- It has a floor but no ceiling
- Limitless quantity
- Current location?
- Great deal
- Triton's realm
- About 71% of the earth's surface
- Where an echograph is used in measuring
- Davy Jones's locker
- Bounding main
- It goes coast-to-coast
- Rivers' destination
- Poseidon's place
- Thalassographer's study
- Big drink?
- ___ crossing
- Blue part of a map
- Where the waves are
- The bounding main
- Current locale
- Birthplace of a hurricane
- Big drink
- Where a hurricane develops
- Key location
- Atlantic or Pacific
- Deep blue
- Place to use an echograph
- Environs for Galatea, in myth
- Great blue expanse
- Westernmost avenue in Santa Monica, Calif.
- Surfing spot
- Jersey Shore county, appropriately
- Separator of continents
- Great body
- Large quantity
- Year of the ___ (what 2008-09 was)
- Key setting
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Ocean \O"cean\ ([=o]"shan), n. [F. oc['e]an, L. oceanus, Gr. 'wkeano`s ocean, in Homer, the great river supposed to encompass the earth.]
Like the odor of brine from the ocean Comes the thought of other years.
One of the large bodies of water into which the great ocean is regarded as divided, as the Atlantic, Pacific, Indian, Arctic and Antarctic oceans.
An immense expanse; any vast space or quantity without apparent limits; as, the boundless ocean of eternity; an ocean of affairs.
You're gonna need an ocean Of calamine lotion.
--Lieber & Stoller (Poison Ivy: song lyrics, 1994)
Ocean \O"cean\ ([=o]"shan), a.
Of or pertaining to the main or great sea; as, the ocean
waves; an ocean stream.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
late 13c., from Old French occean "ocean" (12c., Modern French océan), from Latin oceanus, from Greek okeanos, the great river or sea surrounding the disk of the Earth (as opposed to the Mediterranean), of unknown origin. Personified as Oceanus, son of Uranus and Gaia and husband of Tethys. In early times, when the only known land masses were Eurasia and Africa, the ocean was an endless river that flowed around them. Until c.1650, commonly ocean sea, translating Latin mare oceanum. Application to individual bodies of water began 14c.; there are usually reckoned to be five of them, but this is arbitrary; also occasionally applied to smaller subdivisions, such as German Ocean "North Sea."
n. 1 (context countable English) One of the five large bodies of water separating the continents. 2 (context uncountable English) Water belonging to an ocean. 3 (context figuratively English) An immense expanse; any vast space or quantity without apparent limits.
n. a large body of water constituting a principal part of the hydrosphere
anything apparently limitless in quantity or volume [syn: sea]
Housing Units (2000): 248711
Land area (2000): 636.276111 sq. miles (1647.947493 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 279.602257 sq. miles (724.166491 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 915.878368 sq. miles (2372.113984 sq. km)
Located within: New Jersey (NJ), FIPS 34
Location: 39.918818 N, 74.210903 W
Ocean County, NJ
Ocean was a gospel rock band formed in 1970 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. They are best known for their million-selling 1971 single " Put Your Hand in the Hand", penned by Gene MacLellan. The gramophone record sold over one million copies and received a gold disc awarded by the Recording Industry Association of America on 3 May 1971. Ocean consisted of Greg Brown (vocals, keyboard), Jeff Jones (bass, vocals), Janice Morgan (guitar, vocals), Dave Tamblyn (guitar), and Chuck Slater (drums). The album was recorded in Toronto in 1970 and originally released on the Yorkville label in Canada. The album contained eight songs written by such notables as Robbie Robertson and Gene MacLellan. The album was picked up in the U.S. by the Kama Sutra label that also released the band's second album in both the U.S. and Canada. Ocean managed another hit in Canada with the songs "We've Got a Dream" and "One More Chance", both written by the British songwriting team of Roger Cook and Roger Greenaway, but they failed to make any impact in the U.S., and disbanded in 1975 after releasing two albums.
The Ocean, previously known as the Ocean Limited, is a passenger train operated by VIA Rail in Canada between Montreal, Quebec and Halifax, Nova Scotia. It is currently the oldest continuously operated named passenger train in North America. The Ocean schedule takes approximately 23 hours, running overnight in both directions. Together with The Canadian and VIA's corridor trains, the Ocean provides a transcontinental service.
Ocean is a 2004 six-issue comic book miniseries, written by Warren Ellis with pencils by Chris Sprouse and inks by Karl Story. It was published by DC Comics under the Wildstorm imprint.
Ocean was the sixth album released by the German progressive rock band Eloy. It was released in 1977 and is considered by many their finest album, a classic of the genre in Germany. It sold 200,000 copies, doing better than Genesis or Queen on the German charts.
"Ocean" was the second single by Australian rock group Spencer Tracy and was released on Embryro Records in June, 2003.
"Ocean" reached #14 on the Australian Independent Record Labels Association (AIR) top 20 singles charts in September 2003.
Océan is a department of South Province in Cameroon. The department covers an area of 11,280 km² and as of 2001 had a total population of 133,062. The capital of the department lies at Kribi.
"Ocean" is the thirty-ninth single by B'z, released on August 10, 2005. This song is one of the duo's many number-one singles in the Oricon charts, and has sold over 505,000 copies. As B-sides, the single features "Dear My Lovely Pain" and "Narifuri Kamawazu Dakishimete", which is an outtake from The Circle. "Ocean" was used as the theme of Umizaru Evolution, a Japanese television drama adaptation of the manga Umizaru.
The song has received three certifications from the RIAJ: a double platinum shipping certification, a double platinum ringtone download certification and a gold full-length cellphone download certification.
"Ocean" is a song by Sebadoh from their 1996 album Harmacy. It was released as a Promo CD, a CD Single and 7" vinyl record.
A music video was made for the song. It was directed by Laura Borealis (Laura Hyde Crapo).
The song peaked at number 30 on the US Modern Rock chart, and reached 146 on the UK Singles chart.
Ocean is a station on the San Francisco Municipal Railway light rail network's M Ocean View line. It is located in the Merced Manor neighborhood in a special rail-only right of way, as the M train cuts through a small path to avoid several crowded intersections where Sloat and Ocean Avenues meet California Route 1.
Ocean is a solo album by German composer and multi-instrumentalist Stephan Micus recorded in 1986 and released on the ECM label.
Ocean is an album by Brazilian guitarist Bola Sete, released in 1975 through Takoma Records.
Ocean is the seventh studio album by contemporary Christian musiccian Bebo Norman. The album is the third with BEC Recordings, which was his second studio album with the label, and his tenth album overall including his first independent release. This album was released on September 28, 2010, and the producers are Jason Ingram and Bebo Norman.
A number of sailing ships have been named Ocean.
Two ships named Ocean were licensed ships for the British East India Company (EIC). After the EIC lost its monopoly on trade with India in 1813, it licensed vessels belonging to private owners to trade with India.
- Ocean (1800 ship), a 560-ton ( bm) merchant ship built in Quebec in 1800, that transported convicts to Port Jackson in 1816.
- Ocean (1808 ship), a 437-ton (bm) merchant ship built at Whitby in 1808, that transported convicts to Port Jackson in 1818 and 1823.
At least four ships with the name Ocean served the Honourable East India Company as an East Indiaman between 1760 and 1810:
- Ocean, a ship of 1189 tons burthen launched in 1788, made three voyages for the company; she was on her fourth voyage when she wrecked in February 1797 in the East Indies.
- Ocean, a brig of 481 tons burthen ( bm) and launched in 1794, made two voyages to Bengal for the East India company as an "extra" ship, that is, on charter. In 1803, she accompanied HMS Calcutta to establish the British settlement at Port Phillip. She then made another trip for the EIC. She continued trading from London until at least 1820, but ber ultimate fate is unknown.
- Ocean, a ship of 1200 to 1337 tons burthen (sources vary), launched in 1800 at London, participated in the Battle of Pulo Aura and made four voyages for the company; she foundered in 1811 while on her fifth voyage.
- Ocean was launched on 21 June 1802 at Quebec. She was of 532, 560, or 567 tons burthen (sources vary), and made five trips for the EIC: 1) September 1804 - December 1805 (Coast and Bay); 2) June 1806 - November 1807 (St. Helena and Bengal); 3) September 1808 - July 1810 ( Madeira, Madras and Bengal), 4) May 1811 - Jul 1812 (Madras and Bengal); 5) March 1813 - Mary 1814 (Madras and Bengal). This ship sailed under a letter of marque issued to Captain Thomas McTaggart on 30 June 1804. She was described as having a crew of 50 men and carrying sixteen 12-pounder guns. Her owners sold her on 30 July 1807 at Lloyd's Coffee House for the West Indies trade.
"Ocean" (stylized as "OCEAN") is the 37th Japanese single by South Korean pop duo Tohoshinki. It was released on June 12, 2013 by Avex Trax as the first single from their seventh Japanese studio album, Tree (2014). Written and produced by Shinjiroh Inoue, "Ocean" was released in three editions – a CD+DVD version, a CD-only version, and a Bigeast Board edition.
The single sold 88,428 copies on its first day of release, and 116,782 copies by its second, breaking a new record for the group. "Ocean" landed at number two on the weekly Oricon Singles Chart by selling 140,872 copies, and was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ). Charting for over nine months, "Ocean" has reported sales of 159,163 according to the Oricon.
"Ocean" was used as the June monthly theme song for five different Japanese variety shows, which include the daytime show PON!, the music show Music Dragon , the game show Sore Ike! Game Panther! , and Futtonda . The B-side track "Wedding Dress", written by Shirose and Shimada of White Jam, was used as the theme song for BeeTV's mobile drama, The Greatest Proposal .
Usage examples of "ocean".
In the sudden brightness he saw Abraxas, first screaming in terror as the ocean rushed toward him, then pitching with the force of the water.
During their acquaintanceship aboard the Laurentic, each had learned that the others were accustomed to ocean travel.
Ever since the rash but successful enterprise of the Franks under the reign of Probus, their daring countrymen had constructed squadrons of light brigantines, in which they incessantly ravaged the provinces adjacent to the ocean.
Right now, my twin lies to the Council, saying that you threw me into the ocean and that I am adrift at sea, clinging to a bit of wood.
Pacino waited for the deck to vibrate with the energy of 52,000-shaft horsepower back aft pushing them through the ocean.
The relative decline in politico-economic influence of the Northern Hemisphere during the later twentieth century, the shift of civilized dominance to a Southeast Asia-Indian Ocean region with more resources, did not, as alarmists at the time predicted, spell the end of Western civilization.
The album, Earth Songst Ocean Song, was produced by Tony Visconti, whom she married in 1971.
Looking out over the water, Alec again tried to imagine how big an ocean must be to outstrip this.
On each wall was painted a fantasy mural of the sea, so that it appeared as if they were dining alfresco, on a calm ocean during a bright afternoon, surrounded by graceful sailboats.
There, they ate lunch at a seafood shack on Almar Avenue, with outdoor tables, and went for a long walk along West Cliff Drive and out onto the ocean view point before heading back into San Francisco.
Some of these, such as the rise of the Altiplano from the floor of the ocean, certainly took place in remote geological ages, before the advent of human civilization.
Sometime in the past the entire Altiplano, with its lakes, rose from the bottom of the ocean .
She gestured to the right, to where the rest of the Ama fleet was spread out over the ocean.
Other authorities have suggested that the angiosperms originated along estuaries and bays as the ocean waters flooded the continents.
He saw that he was on the highest point of the island,a statue on this vast pedestal of granite, nothing human appearing in sight, while the blue ocean beat against the base of the island, and covered it with a fringe of foam.