Definitions for "Zodiac"
An imaginary belt in the heavens, 16° or 18° broad, in the middle of which is the ecliptic, or sun's path. It comprises the twelve constellations, which one constituted, and from which were named, the twelve signs of the zodiac.
A figure representing the signs, symbols, and constellations of the zodiac.
A girdle; a belt.
Zodiac is a non fiction book written by Robert Graysmith about the unsolved serial murders committed by the "Zodiac Killer" in San Francisco in the late 1960s . Graysmith was a cartoonist for the San Francisco Chronicle and later wrote Zodiac and Zodiac Unmasked.
Zodiac is the name of several fictional villainous organizations that have appeared in Marvel Comics stories. There have been a variety of Zodiac teams, each differing in their motivations and stucture, however there is always at least one supervillain in them who has adopted his or her individual star sign as their personal codename and motif. The group has often executed crimes based on the twelve signs of the zodiac.
Built for the heirs to Johnson & Johnson pharmaceuticals fortune, the two-masted schooner Zodiac was designed in 1924 by William H. Hand, Jr. to epitomize the best features of the American fishing schooner. The 136-foot, 145-ton vessel competed in transatlantic races, and she was sold to the San Francisco Bar Pilots during the Great Depression.
A rubber dinghy. An inflatable craft for the transport of people.
Inflatable boat used by the Concordia to get from ship to shore
Zodiac: An Eco-Thriller (1988) is Neal Stephenson's second novel, which tells the story of an environmentalist, Sangamon Taylor, uncovering a conspiracy involving industrialist polluters and Satanists in the Boston Harbor. The "Zodiac" of the title refers to the brand of inflatable motor boats the hero uses to get around the city efficiently. His opponents attempt to frame him as an ecoterrorist.
Keywords:  zodiaks, latvian, latvia, ussr, disco
Zodiac (Zodiak, Russian: Зодиа́к, Latvian: Zodiaks) was an electronic/disco/rock group that existed in 1980s in Latvia, then the part of USSR. The band was extremely popular in USSR and has been credited by critics as the Russian answer to the French band Space who were the big stars of that time.
Zodiac is a solitaire card game which is played with two decks of playing cards shuffled together. An old game, it first appeared in Lady Adelaide Cadogan's book Illustrated Games of Patience. It is so-named probably because of its "globe"-shaped layout.
In cryptography, Zodiac is a block cipher designed in 2000 by Chang-Hyi Lee for the Korean firm SoftForum.
Keywords:  speedboat, type
a type of speedboat
a two seat Experimental-Amateur Built Category airplane