Definition of Barograph

1. Noun. A recording barometer; automatically records on paper the variations in atmospheric pressure.

Generic synonyms: Barometer



Definition of Barograph

1. n. An instrument for recording automatically the variations of atmospheric pressure.

Definition of Barograph

1. Noun. A type of barometer that continuously records air pressure on a sheet or rotating drum ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Barograph

1. [n -S]

Medical Definition of Barograph

1. An instrument for recording automatically the variations of atmospheric pressure. Origin: Gr. Baros = weight. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Barograph

baroceptor
baroceptors
barochore
barochoric
barochory
barock
barocks
barocline
baroclinic
baroclinicity
baroclinity
barocliny
barognosis
barogram
barograms
barograph (current term)
barographic
barographs
barologist
barologists
barology
baromacrometer
barometer
barometers
barometre
barometres
barometric
barometric pressure
barometrical
barometrically

Literary usage of Barograph

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1. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society by Royal Meteorological Society (Great Britain) (1902)
"barograph Trace during Typhoon, August 2-3, 1901.—By the courtesy of Capt. ER Taylor we are permitted to reproduce in the accompanying illustration, ..."

2. Bulletin by Mount Weather Observatory, Bluemont, Va, United States Weather Bureau (1912)
"His portable aneroid-barograph has come to be his standard instrument for determining ... The latter is given by a stationary barograph, but this only shows ..."

3. Practical Aeronautics: An Understandable Presentation of Interesting and by Charles Brian Hayward (1912)
"Individual barograph Records. Johnstone. A comparison of the experiences of aviators ... In making his record-breaking flight at Belmont Park, the barograph ..."

4. Meteorology, Practical and Applied by Sir John William Moore (1894)
"... Mercurial Registering Barometer—Wheatstone's Electrical barograph —Transmission of Barometric Indications by Electricity (J. Joly)— Substitutes for ..."

5. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1887)
"Glancing up at the observatory barograph, I Kaw that it was rapidly rising, ... The barograph is of the Draper pattern, and multiplies three times. ..."

6. Modern Meteorology: An Outline of the Growth and Present Condition of Some by Frank Waldo (1893)
"The balance barograph, in which the variation of weight of the mercury in the tube is measured when the latter projects into a cistern containing mercury, ..."

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