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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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Noun- An instrument for measuring time.

Usage examples (7)
  • Both of these words derive from Latin horologium (cf French horloge) with German taking the first part only and Spanish taking the second, leaving the letter as the only...
  • And that's where that horologium you were talking about came from, too.
  • Trithonius mentions an horologium presented in A.D. 1232 by Al-Malik al-Kámil the Ayyubite Soldan to the Emperor Frederick II: like the Strasbourg and Padua clocks it...
  • Oh, there's also horologium. for more
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