It's called an acronym.acronym
Grave, stern, sober, heavy, major, vital, acute.
there's a few:dishy,ample,grand,ideal,great,major,perky,frail,sweet.They go on and on
Clue: Easy to get from astronomers.Answer: Furor, major, shaken, costly, and ON MORE STARS(or NO MORE STARS).
Major is a Latin word. It means larger.
major = mayor
The word major is an adjective. The word expect is a verb.
Other words for 'major' are: huge, enormous, big, serious, important.
The suffix is -or. This suffix is comparative.
The word 'major' is a noun; a word for a military commissioned officer; a student specializing in a field; the main subject studied by a student; a word for a person or a thing.The word 'major' is also a verb and an adjective.The noun form of the verb to major is the gerund, majoring.The noun form of the adjective major is majority.
The word "major" means most important and the word "minor" means less important.
Major that's what it means
It can be, when it refers to something great in comparison to others of its type (e.g. a major upset, a major problem). It is generally the opposite of minor. The homonym noun major is a military rank (usually above captain and below colonel).