Planets

Planets, bodies resembling the earth and of different sizes, which revolve in elliptical orbits round the sun, and at different distances, the chief of them eight in number, two of them, viz., Mercury and Venus, revolving in orbits interior to that of the earth, and five of them, viz., Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune, exterior, the whole with the planetoids (q.v.) and comets constituting the solar system.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Planetoids * Plantagenets
Pittsburg
Pityriasis
Pius
Pix
Pixies
Pizarro, Francisco
Plague, The
Plain, The
Planché, James Robinson
Planetoids
Planets
Plantagenets
Plantin, Christophe
Plassey
Plaster of Paris
Platæa
Plato
Platoff, Matvei Ivanovich, Count
Platonic Love
Platonic Year
Platt-Deutsch

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