Definition of cosmogonical in English:

cosmogonical

adjective

  • See cosmogony

    • ‘Typically, Johnson would have no time for the philosophical materialism or cosmogonical speculation of Epicurus, Lucretius, and their followers.’
    • ‘In the ‘Verses Addressed to Dr. Lawrence,’ for example, Johnson writes a delightful Ovidian-Lucretian cosmogonical poem, in which he allows himself to speculate on the origins and order of the natural world.’
    • ‘The hierarchy of the heavens is also an important cosmogonical influence on the family structure.’

Pronunciation

cosmogonical

/kɒzməˈɡɒnɪk(ə)l/