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Definition of the noun aerology

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noun - plural: aerologies

  1. meteorology of the total extent of the atmosphere; especially the upper layers
    • lexical domain: Cognitive Processes - nouns denoting cognitive processes and contents
    • more generic word: meteorology = the earth science dealing with phenomena of the atmosphere

Alternative definition of the noun aerology

noun

  1. The branch of meteorology involving the observation of the atmosphere by means of balloons, airplanes, etc.
  2. The study of the air and of the atmosphere. Used in the US Navy until early 1957. The same as meteorology; however, this usage tended to be more administrative than scientific.

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Google previewBibliotheca Technologica (1737)

Or, a Philological Library of Literary Arts and Sciences. [Twenty-eight Lines] by Benjamin Martin

osrtmlw- AEROLOGY is a Pbysiological Description of' "d'" Part" the Atmoshbere or Body of Air environing the Earth on every Part, and of all the Meteors in and produced by it. This Part is therefore divided into the following ...

Google previewThe Anti-Jacobin Review and Magazine (1802)

Aerology is an article extremely well arranged, but on account of the revolution that has taken place, since it was published, in the first principles of the pneumatic chemistry, it has already lost much of its value. Aerostation is a neat article, ...

Google previewAn Introduction to the English Language and Learning (1754)

by Benjamin Martin

Aerology is a Philosophical Account of the Nature, Properties, and Uses of the Air or Atmosphere, which encompasses the Earth on every Side. That Part which treats of the Generation and Properties of the Air, is call'd Aerography. That which ...

Google previewAmerican Farmers' Magazine (1853)

Aerology is a great science, if estimated by its importance; but if by the actual knowledge of it which we have, it belongs side by side with astrology and animal magnetism. Messrs. Redfield & Company will differ from us on this point, but we are ...

Google previewAn introduction to the English language and learning. In three parts. Part I. A spelling-book of arts and sciences ... Part II. The rudiments of English grammar ... Part III. Lessons on all the above-mentioned sciences ... To which is added, a catalogue of such books in the English language as are proper to be read upon the liberal arts and sciences ... The third edition (1762)

by Benjamin MARTIN (Optician)

AEROLOGY is a Philosophical Account of the Nature, Properties, and Uses of the Air or sitmzspiberc, which encompassesjhe Earth on every Side. That Part which treats of the Generaticn and Proper_ties of the Air,1is call'd Aerograpby.

Google previewThe Antijacobin Review (1802)

And Protestant Advocate: Or, Monthly Political and Literary Censor

Aerology is an article extremely well arranged, but on account of the revolution that has taken, place, since it was published, in the first principles of the pneumatic chemistry, it has already lost much of its value. AerostatioH is a neat article, ...

Google previewA new and complete dictionary of arts and sciences (1819)

including the latest improvement and discovery and the present states of every branch of human knowledge by George Gregory

AEROLOGY is a scientifical account of the nature* and less obvious properties of air. See Am. AEROMETRY, the art of measuring the motion, gravity, elasticity, rarefaction, condensation, &c. of air | in which sense aerometry is synonymous with ...

Google previewThe Anti-Jacobin review and magazine; or, Monthly political and literary censor [ed. by J.R. Green]. (1802)

by John Richards Green

Aerology is an article extremely well arranged, but on account of the revolution that has taken place, since it was published, in the first principles of the pneumatic chemistry, it has already lost much of its value. Aerostation is a neat article, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Arts and Sciences (1822)

by George Gregory

AEROLOGY is a scientifical account of the nature and less obvious properties of air. See Ara. AEROMETRY, the art of measuring the motion, gravity, elasticity, rarefaction, condensation, &c. of air; in which sense aerometry is synonymous with ...

Google previewEarth Science High School Tutor

Aerology is a branch of mineralogy. 13. Meteorology is the study of Earth's atmosphere that includes the day- to-day variations of weather conditions as well as weather conditions over an extended period of time. 14. The principles of scientific ...

Google previewManual of Meteorology Volume II The Physical Processes of Weather

Aerology is the special name, if any, for the part of the science of meteorology that deals with the control exercised over weather by the laws of physics, chemistry and dynamics ; and it is well to keep in ...

Google previewManual of Meteorology (2015)

by Napier Shaw

Aerology is the special name, if any, for the part of the science of meteorology that deals with the control exercised over weather by the laws of physics, chemistry and dynamics; and it is well to keep in mind the essential difference between the ...

Google previewModern seamanship (1921)

Aerology is the branch of physics ...

Google previewThe Women Will Howl (2008)

The Union Army Capture of Roswell and New Manchester, Georgia, and the Forced Relocation of Mill Workers by Mary Deborah Petite

Aerology is the navy's 178 Navy Weatherman—Dr Gaylord ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia; Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature; Constructed on a Plan, by which the Different Sciences and Arts are Digested Into the Form of Distinct Treatises of Systems ... [& Supplement] (1803)

AEROLOGY is a branch of science which was detailed in the Encyclopaedia at sufficient length, and according to the principles which were then generally admitted by chemists. Subsequeut experiments, however, have shown, that some of ...

Google previewEncyclopædia (1803)

Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature; Constructed on a Plan, by which the Different Sciences and Arts are Digested Into the Form of Distinct Treatises Or Systems, Comprehending the History, Theory, and Practice, of Each, According to the Latest Discoveries and Improvements; and Full Explanations Given of the Various Detached Parts of Knowledge, Whether Relating to Natural and Artificial Objects, Or to Matters Ecclesiastical, Civil, Military, Commercial, &c., Including Elucidations of the Most Important Topics Relative to Religion, Morals, Manners, and the Oeconomy of Life; Together with a Description of All the Countries, Cities, Principal Mountains, Seas, Rivers, &c. Throughout the World; a General History, Ancient and Modern, of the Different Empires, Kingdoms, and States; and an Account of the Lives of the Most Eminent Persons in Every Nation, from the Earliest Ages Down to the Present Times. ...

AEROLOGY is a branch of science which was detailed in the Encyclopaedia at sufficient length, and according to the principles which were then generally admitted by chemists. Subsequent experiments, however, have shown, that some of ...

Google previewDictionary of Global Climate Change (2012)

by W.J. Maunder

aerology The study of the free atmosphere. aerosol propellant A liquefied or compressed gas in a container, whose purpose is to expel from the container liquid or ...

Google previewThe New and Complete American Encyclopedia (1805)

AEROLOGY. be compressed and retained in such a space by the. from the eye. It chiefly respects the colours of objects, whose force and lustre it takes off more or left, to make them appear as if more or less remote. The reason is, that the ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Weather (2008)

by Storm Dunlop

aerology A general term for the study of the atmosphere or any of its constituent layers. Compare AERONOMY; METEOROLOGY. aeronomy The branch of science that studies the ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Entomology (2011)

AEROLOGY 29 30 AEROPHILE. AEOLOTROPISM Noun. (Greek, aiolos = changeful + English, -ism = condition. PL, Aeolotropisms.) Condition of being aeolotropic. See Tropism. Cf. Anemotropism; Chemotropism; Electrotropism; ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Londinensis, or, Universal dictionary of arts, sciences, and literature (1810)

by John Wilkes (of Milland House, Sussex)

AEROLOGY. AEROSTATION. the first who brought passive exercise into practice, which was used after severe illness, in. order to conquer debility, and invigorate the system by gentle means. ÆQUANA JUGA, mountains of Picedum, in the ...

Google previewThe Facts on File Dictionary of Weather and Climate (2009)

by Jacqueline Smith

aerology /air-rol-ŏ-jee/ The study of the atmosphere ...

Google previewNuttall's spelling bee guide, condensed from Nuttall's standard pronouncing dictionary, Warne's ed (1876)

Aerological, ayr-o-lodj'-ik-al— pertaining to aerology. Aerology, ayr -ol'-o-je — a description of the air. Aerometer, ayr-om'-e-ter—axi instrument for measuring air. [loon. Aeronaut, ayr'-e-nawi — one who sails or floats in the air, ...

Google previewThe National Standard Dictionary (1883)

A Pronouncing Lexicon of the English Language

AEROLOGY, ol'-o-je, s., a description of the air. AEROMETRY, -om'-e-tre, s., science of measuring air. AERONAUT, -o-nawt, s., an aerial navigator AERONAUTIC, -nawt'-ik, a , sailing in the air. AERONAUTICS, -iks, s., science of - sailing in the ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Environmental Change (2013)

Three Volume Set by John A Matthews

JAM aerology/aeronomy The atmospheric physics and chemistry of the middle ( above the TROPOSPHERE) and upper (above the mesosphere) ATMOSPHERE of Earth and the atmospheres of other planets. It is also an uncommon synonym ...

Google previewA new universal etymological technological, and pronouncing dictionary of the English language (1848)

by John Craig (F.G.S.)

Aerology, ayr-ol'o-je, *. (aer, air, and logos, a discourse, Gr.) A treatise upon the air in genera], and its properties. Aebomasct, ayr'o-man-se, s. (aeromancie, Fr. from aer, air, and manteia, divination, Gr.) The act of divining by the state of the ...

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