Definitions for "black hole"
A dungeon or dark cell in a prison; a military lock-up or guardroom; -- now commonly with allusion to the cell (the Black Hole) in a fort at Calcutta (called the Black Hole of Calcutta), into which 146 English prisoners were thrust by the nabob Suraja Dowla on the night of June 20, 1765, and in which 123 of the prisoners died before morning from lack of air.
An astronomical object whose mass is so condensed that the gravitational force does not allow anything, even light, to escape from its outer limit (the event horizon). The existence of such objects was first proposed from theoretical considerations. Because light cannot escape from such objects, they have not yet been detected with certainty (1998), but several "candidates" have been observed whose properties strongly suggest that they are black holes. Some theorists suggest that the centers of many galaxies may have large black holes at their cores. See also escape velocity.
A region of space where the density of matter is so great, and the pull of gravity so strong, that not even light can escape. Black holes are thought to be the end point in the evolution of some stars. Massive black holes may be located at the centers of some active galaxies.
Keywords:  guardhouse, prison
Guardhouse or prison
Keywords:  forgot, carver, gap, package, fill
The gap in your package that you forgot to fill with b-roll video. (Carver)
a place into which things may enter, but can never emerge.
a place in the cosmos where things get swallowed up, never again to emerge
Keywords:  bluefires, deadly, storm, wings, solar
a deadly storm in the Solar System) Bluefires wings are made from blue fire
a state when all your energy is spent, exhausted, and you have become empty and you have forgotten completely how to go on nourishing this source of energy
Keywords:  nowhere, journey, way, one
a one-way journey to nowhere
Keywords:  defy, creature, seems, odd, ordinary
an odd creature, so odd that it sometimes seems to defy the laws of nature, of ordinary physics
Accidentally unlit portion of the stage.
Keywords:  matter, dissipates, sink, weapons, warp
a matter/energy sink
a place where matter can be lost from the universe
a substance that dissipates air from all surrounding material, therefore creating a vacuum that sucks all matter into a winding warp that never ends
Keywords:  expo, whole, fall, life, people
What people fall into when they go to their first Whole Life Expo.
Keywords:  bang, exit, universe, classic, big
a classic example, as is the universe right before the Big Bang
a one-way exit from our universe
An area where a potentially irreversible loss of axons has occurred.
Routing term for an area of the internetwork where packets enter, but do not emerge, due to adverse conditions or poor system configuration within a portion of the network.
a doorway to a different dimension
a point, of zero dimensions
Keywords:  seperation, future, area
an area where there is no seperation between the past and the future
an absolute system, and many of it's structures can't be seen or understood by the human brain because of it's natural being in relativity
Keywords:  null, trapped, surface, example
an example of a trapped null surface
a highly harmful stationary process residing in a node of a network and destroying all mobile agents visiting the node, without leaving any trace
Keywords:  phenomenon, rare, nature
a rare phenomenon in nature
Keywords:  blade, server
Keywords:  slowly, sucking, entire, code, piece
a piece of code which is slowly sucking in an entire company
Keywords:  collection, sides
a collection of B-sides
Keywords:  level
Keywords:  order, part
a part of that order