Definition of Geogonies

1. Noun. (plural of geogony) ¹



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Definition of Geogonies

1. geogony [n] - See also: geogony

Lexicographical Neighbors of Geogonies

geoforensics
geog
geogenies
geogeny
geoglyph
geoglyphs
geognosies
geognosis
geognost
geognostic
geognostical
geognosts
geognosy
geogonic
geogonical
geogonies (current term)
geogony
geographer
geographers
geographic
geographic North Pole
geographic area
geographic choroidopathy
geographic expedition
geographic information science
geographic information system
geographic keratitis
geographic locations
geographic point
geographic region

Literary usage of Geogonies

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Genesis and science; or, The first leaves of the Bible by John Muehleisen Arnold (1875)
"... as the transmutation hypothesis was imported from Hindustan into France in 1749. Let us now glance at the ancient Hindu geogonies for a few moments. ..."

2. The Philosophy of Common Sense by Frederic Harrison (1907)
"... and geogonies, with all these yearnings after a knowledge of the Universe, and with all these Absolute philosophies of the All as it is, ..."

3. The Philosophy of Common Sense by Frederic Harrison (1907)
"... and geogonies, with all these yearnings after a knowledge of the Universe, and with all these Absolute philosophies ..."

4. The Philosophy of the Inductive Sciences, Founded Upon Their History by William Whewell (1847)
"times: and most of the attempts at Geology previous to the present period have been Cosmogonies or geogonies, rather than that more genuine science which we ..."

5. The Natural History of the Human Species: Its Typical Forms, Primeval by Charles Hamilton Smith (1859)
"... far from continents, like flaming beacons at sea, towards the South Pole, as Hecla is in the north, may be elaborating elements for future geogonies, ..."

6. The Philosophy of the Inductive Sciences: Founded Upon Their History by William Whewell (1847)
"... Geology previous to the present period have been Cosmogonies or geogonies, rather than that more genuine science which we have endeavoured to delineate. ..."

7. The Edinburgh Philosophical Journal by David Brewster, Royal Society of Edinburgh, Robert Jameson, Wernerian Natural History Society (1825)
"... and leading it to the middle of the last century ; the period of cosmogonies and geogonies, in which ' geology, placed in the rank of vain speculations, ..."

8. A Comparative Estimate of the Mineral and Mosaical Geologies by Granville Penn (1825)
"Overtly, or covertly, it is inherent in the root of the mineral geology; and must continue there to live, so long as the neptunian and vulcanian geogonies ..."

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