Definition of Planispheric

1. a. Of or pertaining to a planisphere.



Definition of Planispheric

1. Adjective. Of or pertaining to a planisphere. ¹

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Definition of Planispheric

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Planispheric

planimetric
planimetrically
planimetry
planing
planing machine
planipennia
planipetalous
planish
planished
planisher
planishers
planishes
planishing
planisphere
planispheres
planispheric (current term)
planithorax
planitia
planitias
plank
plank-bed
plank-sheer
plank-sheers
plank down
plank over
plank spanker
plankboard
plankboards
planked
planking

Literary usage of Planispheric

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1. Report of the Sixth International Geographical Congress: Held in London, 1895 (1896)
"39 planispheric ASTROLABE, with Sun Dial of silvered metal, ... 42 GERMAN planispheric ASTROLABE. Made for 39° to 54P North latitude by Georg Hartman of ..."

2. Proceedings by International Geographical Union (1896)
"38 FRENCH planispheric ASTROLABE, constructed for use between 40° and 51° N. latitude. ... 4C ENGLISH planispheric ASTROLABE, made by Humfrey Cole in 1574. ..."

3. ... A Guide to the Mediaeval Room and to the Specimens of Mediaeval and by Ormonde Maddock Dalton, Charles Hercules Read (1907)
"The planispheric astrolabe consists of a heavy circular metal plate with a ring at a point in the circumference, by which it can be suspended from the thumb ..."

4. The Encyclopedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and by Hugh Chisholm (1910)
"There were two kinds,—spherical and planispheric. ... The two forms of the planispheric astrolabe most widely known and used in the ijth, i6th and even i ..."

5. Report of the Sixth International Geographical Congress: Held in London, 1895 (1896)
"39 planispheric ASTROLABE, with Sun Dial of silvered metal, ... 42 GERMAN planispheric ASTROLABE. Made for 39° to 54P North latitude by Georg Hartman of ..."

6. Proceedings by International Geographical Union (1896)
"38 FRENCH planispheric ASTROLABE, constructed for use between 40° and 51° N. latitude. ... 4C ENGLISH planispheric ASTROLABE, made by Humfrey Cole in 1574. ..."

7. ... A Guide to the Mediaeval Room and to the Specimens of Mediaeval and by Ormonde Maddock Dalton, Charles Hercules Read (1907)
"The planispheric astrolabe consists of a heavy circular metal plate with a ring at a point in the circumference, by which it can be suspended from the thumb ..."

8. The Encyclopedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and by Hugh Chisholm (1910)
"There were two kinds,—spherical and planispheric. ... The two forms of the planispheric astrolabe most widely known and used in the ijth, i6th and even i ..."

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