Definitions for "GHOST"
The outward and visible sign of an inward fear. He saw a ghost. It occupied -- that dismal thing! -- The path that he was following. Before he'd time to stop and fly, An earthquake trifled with the eye That saw a ghost. He fell as fall the early good; Unmoved that awful vision stood. The stars that danced before his ken He wildly brushed away, and then He saw a post. Jared Macphester Accounting for the uncommon behavior of ghosts, Heine mentions somebody's ingenious theory to the effect that they are as much afraid of us as we of them. Not quite, if I may judge from such tables of comparative speed as I am able to compile from memories of my own experience. There is one insuperable obstacle to a belief in ghosts. A ghost never comes naked: he appears either in a winding-sheet or "in his habit as he lived." To believe in him, then, is to believe that not only have the dead the power to make themselves visible after there is nothing left of them, but that the same power inheres in textile fabrics. Supposing the products of the loom to have this ability, what object would they have in exercising it? And why does not the apparition of a suit of clothes sometimes walk abroad without a ghost in it? These be riddles of significance. They reach away down and get a convulsive grip on the very tap-root of this flourishing faith.
The spirit; the soul of man.
The disembodied soul; the soul or spirit of a deceased person; a spirit appearing after death; an apparition; a specter.
Any faint shadowy semblance; an unsubstantial image; a phantom; a glimmering; as, not a ghost of a chance; the ghost of an idea.
A false image formed in a telescope by reflection from the surfaces of one or more lenses.
Also known as ghosting, this is when an image moved across a computer screen leaves a brief lingering shadow of itself where it had just been, creating a kind of smear or blur. Lower quality computer screens often leave ghosts. Technically, the secondary visual signal has been created and received either earlier or later than the primary signal itself.
n. 1) A deckjockey who assists a `physical entry team' by entered and controlling the computer of the target site. 2) The personality, consciousness or conscience; the humanity of the cyborg. Often referred to as if it were a tangible, distinct and separate body part. Used similar to 'gut' in gut feeling: "I hear whispers in my ghost...".
a consciousness whose body has dropped but not the mind
a Guilty Conscience
a false physical appearance of the person when he/she was alive
Generic term to describe a deceased person or image appearing to the living. Animals and even inanimate objects, like buildings, can also be ghosts.
Ghost was a comic book superhero published by Dark Horse Comics. The character appeared in a number of specials and monthly titles that chronicled the "after-life" of Elisa Cameron and her attempts to regain her lost memories as a result of her apparent death.
a shell of someone who died but is still tied to a particular place by unfinished business in this plane of existence
A prime who visits the planes via astral spell. Since it involves little physical risk on the prime's part, it's often considered cowardly and even distasteful by planars (the prime hasn't even deigned to come to the planes with his actual body). The term "cord babies" is also used, though less frequently.
The astral body of a being who has died.
Ghost is a 1990 romantic comedy-drama-fantasy-thriller film starring Patrick Swayze, Demi Moore, Whoopi Goldberg, Tony Goldwyn and Rick Aviles, written by Bruce Joel Rubin and directed by Jerry Zucker.
In the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game, the ghost is an undead creature, usually created by applying a template to another creature. A ghost looks just as it did in life, thought it is hazy and translucent.
a wonderful affair, and when you see it at first, it makes each particular hair of your head "to stand on end, like quills upon the fretful porcupine
a wonderful video that will be sure to enrapture children
The actual rulers of the sector. The shalk think they are gods and most everyone else doesn't know they exist. It was the ghosts who gave the shalk their shields and batons. We know of two ideological groups amongst the ghosts, the investigators and the enforcers. Ghosts can possess members of the other races, but they must train heavily to do so. Only the investigators have bothered to learn to possess humans.
a person who does not know how to walk
a person who does not know that they have passed away
a haint, a fancy bed cover is a counterpin, and a picket fence is a paling fence
A genetic “morph” giving a very light, pale appearance. Also known as anerythristic. Lacking all pigment except black, white, and sometimes yellow.
a love story, at least on one level
Ghost is the framing story in Larry Niven's 1994 fixup Crashlander that lightly connects and extends the other Beowulf Shaeffer stories published up to that time.
In video games, a ghost is a feature included in time attack or time trial modes allowing the player to review their previous rounds. In racing games, for example, a ghost car follows the path a player took around the track. In fighting games, the ghost is an opponent that the computer AI player can train against outside of normal player versus player or story mode.
Keywords:  gmta, gline
gline GMTA
Keywords:  blank, chat, cato, tagline, reel
the anonymous person in chat who doesn't even have a "guest_name" listed. This is one of the things Cato can do to users. Sometimes the tagline after the blank space will reveal the ghost's identity.
a chat room member who never speaks, usually because he/she just wants to observe.
A "ghost" in slot machine terminology means a blank stop on a slot machine reel, containing no symbol.
a condition achieved by crossing a hypo with a anerytheristic, resulting in a snake with reduced or no yellow and no black, also incorrectly used in Ball Pythons to represent Hypomelanistic (see).
on WorldsAway Dreamscape, "ghosting" means to be present in a room without being seen by other participants. See also "unghost".
Keywords:  regret, hallucination, famous
a hallucination of some famous regret, no more
a melancholy, magical-realist narrative of the highest caliber
Keywords:  loneliness, evoking, slower, track
a slower track, evoking loneliness
Keywords:  teleservice, tdma, sms, tunneling, gsm
A tunneling protocol that allows a GSM SMS to be embedded in a teleservice that can be transmitted over the air interface of a TDMA based network.
a null object that prevents a version number from being reused in the future with different contents, which could produce inconsistent builds
a placeholder for an object that has been deleted
a writer who gives the credit of authorship to someone else
a writer who writes for you
Keywords:  tabby, kittens, colour, adults, solid
Tabby markings sometimes seen in solid colour adults or young kittens.
(1 - Lighting) The leakage from a luminaire. (2 - Lighting) A low intensity beam from a followspot used to find a target.
An ICE-breaker who assists a "physical entry team" by entering and controlling the target site's computer.
Keywords:  sarcasm, smile, suggestion, touch, tone
a suggestion of some quality; "there was a touch of sarcasm in his tone"; "he detected a ghost of a smile on her face"
Ghost is a disk cloning program, originally produced by Binary Research, but purchased by Symantec on June 24 1998. The Ghost program launched the market for disk-cloning software. The name Ghost originated as an acronym for "General Hardware-Oriented Software Transfer".
a surrogate for a user, and is used to identify the user within the system for the purpose of determining the contextually-relevant information which is to be displayed to the user
vessels corneal stromal blood vessels containing no blood.
Keywords:  moonlit, masked, yard, across, move
move like a ghost; "The masked men ghosted across the moonlit yard"
A matte finish with a soft irridescent effect
Keywords:  imprint, memory
an imprint, like a memory
a rational explanation but not a scientific one
Keywords:  stuck, emotion, extreme, time
an extreme emotion stuck in time
Keywords:  traumatic, aware, true, human, physical
a human being who has passed out of the physical body, usually in a traumatic state and is not aware usually of his true condition
Ghost is a character in the Time Splitters series of video games.
Keywords:  slowly, sail, wind
To sail slowly when there is apparently no wind
Keywords:  laptop, installing, way, software
A way of installing software into the laptop.
Keywords:  partitions, rom, backing
Backing up partitions to CD ROM.
Keywords:  die, expire
To die; to expire.
Keywords:  former, member
a former member
Keywords:  threat, draws, living, life
a threat because it draws its life from the living
a person that disappears when something starts to happen
Keywords:  attempts, trial, course, along, played
a recording of you playing through the course, and can be played along further attempts in the Time Trial
Keywords:  far, write, books, someone, you
write for someone else; "How many books have you ghostwritten so far?"
Keywords:  machine, see
See Ghost in the machine
Keywords:  example
an example of this