Definition of Isochime
1. isocheim [n -S] - See also: isocheim
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Literary usage of Isochime
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1. German Scientific Reading by Hermann Carl George Brandt, William Cathcart Day (1897)
"Island, n., -a, Iceland. isländisch, adj., Icelandic. isoliren, •v., isolate. isochime, f., -n, isochime. Isolirung, f., -en, isolation. ..."
2. Light Science for Leisure Hours: A Series of Familiar Essays on Scientific by Richard Anthony Proctor (1889)
"On the continents the isochime- nal falls outside (that is, south of) the annual isotherm, while on the oceans the reverse holds. ..."
3. Dictionary of Hard Words by Robert Morris Pierce (1910)
"... of equal mean winter temperature [also spelt isochime] 'ai-sa-kaim. isochronous adj. (of equal time) ai'seksa-nas. isolable adj. ..."