chrono-, chron-

(Greek: time, times; sequence of times)

achronism (s), achronisms (pl) (nouns)
1. Without time; the state of timelessness; deficiency of time: "Literally, no time."
2. Lacking time in which to complete or to accomplish something: "No matter how hard he tried, there were just too many achronisms that prevented his completion of the project."
algesichronometer
An instrument for recording the time required for the perception of a painful stimulus.
allochronic
1. Not contemporary; existing at different times; used in reference to populations of species living, growing, or reproducing during different seasons of the year.
2. Occurring in different segments of geologic time.
allochronic speciation (s) (noun), allochronic speciations (pl)
The process of developing different biological groups as a result of members of the population that have different breeding seasons or patterns, or differing in the use of time during the day or night, rather than through geographic separation.
anachronic
Erroneous in date; out of the right chronological position or order; characterized by anachronism.
anachronism
1. An error in computing time, or fixing dates; the erroneous reference of an event, circumstance, or custom to a wrong date.
2. Anything done or existing out of date; hence, anything that was proper to a former age, but is, or, if it existed, would be, out of harmony with the present.
3. Something or someone that is not in its correct historical or chronological time; especially, a thing or person that belongs to an earlier time.
anachronistic
Of the nature of, or involving, anachronism.
anachronize
To put into a wrong chronological position; to transfer to a different time.
anachronous
Involving anachronism; out of proper chronological position, out of date; not in its proper or historical time.
anachronously
Without regard to correct chronology.
antichronical
archaeological chronology, archeological chronology (s); archaeological chronologies, archeological chronologies (pl)
Establishment of the temporal sequences of human cultures by the application of a variety of dating methods to cultural remains.
astrochronological
Pertaining to the chronology and periods of the heavenly bodies.
asynchronism (s) (noun), asynchronisms (pl)
1. Operating at a rate determined by the system rather than at a regular rate of chronological time; without a fixed time pattern: The injection of the new medication was supposed to correct the asynchronism of Kim's nerve impulses.
2. Describing the relationship of two or more systems that run at their own rates and interact at unpredictable times: Despite practicing for weeks, Sharon's jumping jacks appeared to be asynchronisms or uncoordinated.
asynchronism, ansynchronous
Not coinciding in time; not corresponding in time.