meter-, metro-, metr-, -metrical, -metrically, -metron, -metric, -metrist, -meter, -meters, -metry, -metre

(Greek: measure)

tenonometer
tensimeter
An instrument that measure small changes in gas or vapor pressure and is used to obtain the temperature point at which one phase of a substance, especially a crystal, is changed into another.
tensiometer
1. Any instrument for measuring tautness or tension; such as, of a stretched wire, fabric, etc., or of the eyeball.
2. An instrument for measuring the surface tension of a liquid.
terameter
teraohmmeter
An ohmmeter having a teraohm range for measuring extremely high insulation resistance values.
tetrameter
thalassometer
A tide gauge; measuring the tides.
thanatometer
A thermometer used to prove the occurrence of death by registering the reduction of bodily temperature.
theometry (s) (noun), theometries (pl)
A measurement of or an estimation about who God really is.
thermammeter
A device whereby the ampere-strength of an electric current is measured by the quantity of heat that it generates.
thermelometer
An electric thermometer, especially used for recording slight variations of temperature.
thermesthesiometer, thermaesthesiometer (s) (noun); thermesthesiometers, thermaesthesiometers
An instrument for measuring sensibility to heat: Dr. Rogan pursued his efforts to develop a new thermesthesiometer to use in the farming industry.
thermoammeter
In engineering, an ammeter that employs a thermocouple to measure radio-frequency current.
thermoasymmetry
A difference in temperature noted between corresponding parts of the body on the two sides as seen in unilateral lesions of sympathetic pathways.
thermobarometer
1. A barometric instrument graduated for giving altitudes as determined by the boiling point of water.
2. As applied by Belloni to a syphon-barometer having its two wide legs united by a narrow tube, so that it could be used either in its ordinary position as a barometer, or in the reversed position as a thermometer.

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