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Oxford dictionary definition of the word mosaic:
1a picture or pattern produced by arranging together small pieces of stone, tile, glass, etc.:
mosaics on the interior depict scenes from the Old Testament
the walls and vaults are decorated by marble and mosaic
a colourful and variegated pattern:
the bird’s plumage was a mosaic of slate-grey, blue, and brown
a combination of diverse elements forming a more or less coherent whole:
a cultural mosaic
an arrangement of photosensitive elements in a television camera.
2 Biology an individual (especially an animal) composed of cells of two genetically different types.
3 (also mosaic disease) a virus disease that results in leaf variegation in tobacco, maize, sugar cane, and other plants.
verb (mosaics, mosaicking, mosaicked)
decorate with a mosaic:
(as adjective mosaicked)
the mosaicked swimming pool
combine (distinct or disparate elements) to form a picture or pattern:
the digital data were combined, or mosaicked, to delineate counties
denoting an individual composed of cells of two genetically different types.
late Middle English: from French mosaïque, based on Latin musi(v)um decoration with small square stones, perhaps ultimately from Greek mousa ‘a muse’