1100?–1154, English chronicler.
?1100–54, Welsh bishop and chronicler; author of Historia Regum Britanniae, the chief source of Arthurian legends
1. . 2. geographic; geographical. 3. . abbreviation 1. geographic(al) 2. geography 1. geographic 2. geography
[jee-og-nuh-see] /dʒiˈɒg nə si/ noun 1. Archaic. a science dealing with the constituent parts of the earth, its envelope of air and water, its crust, and the condition of its interior. /dʒɪˈɒɡnəsɪ/ noun 1. the study of the origin and distribution of minerals and rocks in the earth’s crust: superseded generally by the term geology
1. geographic 2. geography
[jee-og-ruh-fer] /dʒiˈɒg rə fər/ noun 1. a person who specializes in research, delineation, and study. n. 1540s, from Medieval Latin geographus (see geography) + agent noun ending -er (1).