The word nebula has its origin in Latin. The Latin word was adapted by Middle English as nebule which means cloud or mist. A nebula is a mass of dust and gas. It could also consist of only dust of gas.
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NOUN [PLURAL NEB·U·LAE, NEB·U·LAS.]
any liquid medication prepared for use as a spray.