Definition of Aerometry

1. Noun. The science of measuring the air, including its pressure, rarefaction, and condensation; pneumatics. ¹



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Definition of Aerometry

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Medical Definition of Aerometry

1. The science of measuring the air, including the doctrine of its pressure, elasticity, rarefaction, and condensation; pneumatics. Origin: Aero- + -metry: cf. F. Erometrie. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Aerometry

aeromancer
aeromancers
aeromancy
aeromechanic
aeromechanical
aeromechanics
aeromedical
aeromedicine
aeromedicines
aeromete
aerometer
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aerometric
aerometries
aerometry (current term)
aeromodelling
aeromonad
aeromonas
aeromonas hydrophila
aeronaut
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aeronautical engineer
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aeronauts
aeronaval
aeronomer

Literary usage of Aerometry

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1. Domestic Sanitary Drainage and Plumbing: Lectures on Practical Sanitation by William R. Maguire (1896)
"aerometry. aerometry brings us to consider another class of phenomena which plumbers require some acquaintance with in their trade. Pumping water from wells ..."

2. Technologisches Wörterbuch der Deutschen, französischen und englischen by J. A. Beil, Karl Karmarsch (1853)
"... aerometry. aerometry, pneumatics, pi. empyreumatic minerals. Loriot's mortar. aerial perspective. electrical pistol. pneumatic press. air-pump, ..."

3. American Journal of Education (1862)
"... which the students require to a perfect understanding of the construction of telescopes and reflecting instruments; what is necessary from aerometry and ..."

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