[hawr-uh-loh-jee-uh m, hor-] /ˌhɔr əˈloʊ dʒi əm, ˌhɒr-/
noun, plural horologia
[hawr-uh-loh-jee-uh, hor-] /ˌhɔr əˈloʊ dʒi ə, ˌhɒr-/ (Show IPA)
a building supporting or containing a timepiece, as a clock tower.
(initial capital letter) Astronomy. the Clock, a small southern constellation between Eridanus and Dorado.
noun (pl) -gia (-dʒɪə)
Also called horologion. (in the Eastern Church) a liturgical book of the offices for the canonical hours, corresponding to the Western breviary
noun (Latin genitive) Horologii (ˌhɒrəˈləʊdʒɪaɪ)
a faint constellation in the S hemisphere lying near Eridanus and Hydrus
[haw-rol-uh-jee, hoh-] /hɔˈrɒl ə dʒi, hoʊ-/ noun 1. the art or science of making timepieces or of measuring time. /hɒˈrɒlədʒɪ/ noun 1. the art or science of making timepieces or of measuring time n. science of time, 1819, probably from Greek hora “hour” (see hour) + -logy. Earlier it meant “clock, clock dial” (c.1500), from […]
two caverns, a city of Moab to the south of the Arnon, built, apparently, upon an eminence, and a place of some importance (Isa. 15:5; Jer. 48:3, 5, 34).
the designation of Sanballat (Neh. 2:10, 19), a native of Horonaim, or of one of the two Beth-horons, the “upper” or the “nether,” mentioned in Josh. 16:3,5.
/ˈhɔːrɔːpiːtɔː/ noun 1. a bushy New Zealand shrub, Pseudowintera colorata, with red aromatic peppery leaves. It possesses antifungal and antibacterial properties Also called New Zealand pepper tree