[haw-rol-uh-jee, hoh-] /hɔˈrɒl ə dʒi, hoʊ-/
the art or science of making timepieces or of measuring time.
the art or science of making timepieces or of measuring time
science of time, 1819, probably from Greek hora “hour” (see hour) + -logy. Earlier it meant “clock, clock dial” (c.1500), from Latin horologium. Related: Horologist.
The science of measuring time.
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
[huh-rop-ter, haw-] /həˈrɒp tər, hɔ-/ noun, Ophthalmology. 1. a projection of the points in the visual field corresponding to the aggregate of points registering on the two retinas. /hɒˈrɒptə/ noun 1. (optics) the locus of all points in space that stimulate points on each eye that yield the same visual direction as each other horopter […]