Definition of Chronometry

1. n. The art of measuring time; the measuring of time by periods or divisions.



Definition of Chronometry

1. Noun. The science of the measurement of time ¹

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Definition of Chronometry

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Medical Definition of Chronometry

1. Measurement of intervals of time. Origin: chrono-+ G. Metron, measure Mental chronometry, study of the duration of mental and behavorial processes. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chronometry

chronologies
chronologise
chronologist
chronologists
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chronomancy
chronometabolic
chronometabolism
chronometer
chronometers
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chronometry (current term)
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chrononauts
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chronophotography

Literary usage of Chronometry

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1. The Remains of the Rev. James Marsh, D. D. , Late President and Professor of by James Marsh, Joseph Torrey (1843)
"... or chronometry, the arithmetical numeration of successive distinguishable moments, in a single line of succession, which is the common character of time ..."

2. Studies of Old Case-books by James Paget (1891)
"We are too apt to forget that there is a chronometry in Life as well as a Chemistry or ... It may make some more ready to study the errors of chronometry in ..."

3. Ultima Thule: Or, A Summer in Iceland by Richard Francis Burton (1875)
"chronometry. In these hyperborean regions the light season and the dark season represent the " dries " and " rains " of the tropical zone. ..."

4. The Retrospect of Medicine by William Braithwaite (1862)
"ON THE chronometry OF LIFE AND DISEASE. By ARTHUR DE NOE' WALKER, Esq., Paris. That a child born in the seventh month is rao-e likely to live than one born ..."

5. The British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review, Or, Quarterly Journal of (1863)
"We can confidently recommend it to our readers as a mine of information at once full, sound, and of enduring value. REVIEW XIII. 1. On the chronometry of ..."

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