the natural activity or group of phenomena associated with earthquakes.
1. a combining form meaning “earthquake,” used in the formation of compound words: seismograph. combining form 1. earthquake: seismology
noun 1. any of various instruments for measuring and recording the vibrations of earthquakes. noun 1. an instrument that registers and records the features of earthquakes. A seismogram (ˈsaɪzməˌɡræm) is the record from such an instrument Also called seismometer seismograph (sīz’mə-grāf’) An instrument that detects and records vibrations and movements in the Earth, especially during […]
[sahyz-mog-ruh-fee, sahys-] /saɪzˈmɒg rə fi, saɪs-/ noun 1. the scientific measuring and recording of the shock and vibrations of earthquakes. 2. seismology.
1. seismological. 2. seismology. seismol seismology