Definition of Selenologist

1. Noun. A person; one who is skilled, professes or practices selenology. ¹



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Definition of Selenologist

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Selenologist

selenographical
selenographist
selenographists
selenographs
selenography
selenoid
selenoids
selenoketone
selenoketones
selenol
selenolate
selenolates
selenolatry
selenological
selenologies
selenologist (current term)
selenologists
selenology
selenols
selenomancy
selenometalate
selenometalates
selenometallate
selenometallates
selenomethionine
selenomethionines
selenomethionyl
selenomethionyls
selenone
selenones

Literary usage of Selenologist

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1. The Observatory by Royal Astronomical Society (Gran Bretaña), Royal Greenwich Observatory, NASA Astrophysics Data System Abstract Service, Royal astronomical society GB (1894)
"... and selenologist. Vol. III. of the ' Publications of the Lick Observatory,' kindly forwarded me by Dr. Holden, also contains matter of the greatest ..."

2. The Observatory (1894)
"... and selenologist. Vol. III. of the ' Publications of the Lick Observatory,' kindly forwarded me by Dr. Holden, also contains matter of the greatest ..."

3. The American Geologist by Newton Horace Winchell (1893)
"Bulletin, Phil. Soc. of Washington, vol. xii, pp. 241-292, with a plate and fourteen figures in the text. The geologist here becomes a selenologist. ..."

4. The American Geologist by Newton Horace Winchell (1893)
"The geologist here becomes a selenologist. Whoever has looked with a telescope, even of the small power of the ordinary surveyor's level or transit, ..."

5. The American Geologist by Newton Horace Winchell (1893)
"The geologist here becomes a selenologist. Whoever has looked with a telescope, even of the small power of the ordinary surveyor's level or transit, ..."

6. The Moon in Modern Astronomy: Summary of Twenty Years Selenographic Work by Philipp Fauth, Joseph McCabe, John Ellard Gore (1909)
"As Schmidt's conclusions were described by the great English selenologist in 1881 as very acceptable—he himself holding that ' an average inclination for ..."

7. Astronomical Register (1872)
"... processes which have been, or still are, in continual or occasional operation within the limits of our satellite, the aim of the scientific selenologist ..."

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