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Astrolithology

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Astrolithology is the field of astrogeology which focuses on the study of rocks and the conditions by which they form.

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Google previewThe Aldrich Dictionary of Phobias and Other Word Families (2002)

by Chris Aldrich

also astrachronology astrogeology the geological features of celestial bodies; also exogeology astrolithology the phenomena associated with meteors and meteorites astrology the supposed influence of heavenly bodies on human affairs ; ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century dictionary ... prepared under the superintendence of William Dwight Whitney (1903)

astrolithology (as "trö-li- thol'ó-ji), n. [& Gr. ãarpov, a star, + Zitoc, a stone, + -zoyia, ( Zéyev, speak: see - ology. Cf. lithology.]. The scientific study of ačrolites or meteoric stones. astrologer ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary: The Century dictionary (1895)

astrolithology (asströ-li-thol'ā-ji), n. [K. Gr. datpov, a star, ...

Google previewThe Imperial Dictionary of the English Language (1885)

A Complete Encyclopedic Lexicon, Literary, Scientific, and Technological by John Ogilvie

Astrolithology (as'tro-Ii-thor'o-ji), n. [Gr. aster, a star, fillios, a stone, and logos, discourse.] The science of aerolites. Dana.

Google previewThe Century dictionary and cyclopedia (1897)

a work of universal reference in all departments of knowledge, with a new atlas of the world ... by William Dwight Whitney, Benjamin Eli Smith

astrolithology (as'tro-li-thol' o-ji), ft. [< Gr. aorpov, a star, + /UOoc, a stone, + -toyia, < yetv, speak: see -ology. Cf. lithology.] The scientific study of aerolites or meteoric stones. astrologer ...

Google previewAn American Dictionary of the English Language (1877)

by Noah Webster

astralis, from astrum, ASTROLITHOLOGY Gr. Hergov, daráp, star.] Bogof to, or resembling, the 'stars; starry. “Shines only, with, an astral luster.” 1.

Google previewNew Illustrated Edition of Dr. Webster's Unabridged Dictionary of All the Words in the English Language (1864)

Containing 10,000 More Words Than Any Other Dictionary ...

astralis, from aslram, ASTROLITHOLOGY Gr. dorpav, dorfip, star.] Belon bling, the stars; starry.

Google previewThe American Dictionary and Cyclopedia (1900)

by Robert Hunter

Astrolithology, n. [Gr. astron, star, lithos, stone, and logos, discourse.] The science of aerolites. Astrol'oger, n. [Fr. astrologue; Lat. astrologus; Gr. astrologos.] One versed in astrology. Astrolog'ic, Astrological, a. Pertaining or relating to astrology.

Google previewZell's Popular Encyclopedia (1882)

A Complete Dictionary of the English Language; with Pronouncing Vocabulary & a Gazetteer of the World

Astrolithology, n., [Gr, astron, star, lithos, stone, and logos, discourse.] The science of aerolites. Astrol'oger, n. [Fr. astrologue; Lat. astrologus ; Gr. astrologos.] One versed in astrology. Astrolog'ic, Astrolog'ical, a. Pertaining ...

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Scrabble value of A1S1T1R1O1L1I1T1H4O1L1O1G2Y4

The value of this 14-letter word is 21 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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