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

(Greek: measure)

orometer, orometric
A barometer with a scale that indicates elevation above sea level; including mountains.
An instrument for determining the relative protrusion of the eyeballs.
1. The art or practice of constructing verses correctly.
2. The laws of correct versification.
An oblong flexible plate used in mediate percussion by being placed against the surface of the chest and struck with the plessor (small hammer, usually with soft rubber head, used to tap the body part directly, or with a plessimeter, in percussion of the chest or other part).
1. An apparatus for measuring oscillations of any kind, especially those of the bloodstream in sphygmometry.
2. Any of various instruments used to measure physiological oscillations; specifically, in blood pressure.
1. Measurement of oscillations of any kind. In medicine it is used in studying cardiovascular and respiratory physiology.
2. The use of an oscillometer; especially, to measure blood pressure or blood flow.
A gland found on many caterpillars that secretes an unpleasant smelling substance as a defense against predators.
1. A device for measuring the acuity of the sense of smell.
2. An instrument for testing the sense of smell; an olfactometer.
Measuring or testing the acuity of the sense of smell.
An apparatus for measuring the acuteness of the sense of smell.
Measuring the acuteness of the sense of smell.
oximeter (s) (noun), oximeters (pl)
1. An instrument that is used to measure oxygen in something; eudiometer: An oximeter can determine the amount of oxygen in a controlled space, such as an oxygen tank or incubator as well as in the atmosphere.
2. A photoelectric instrument used for measuring the degree of oxygen saturation: An oximeter can estimate the amount of oxygen in a fluid, such as in blood.

Related "measure" and "metric" words and charts: mens-; Metric Chart of Units; Metric-Length Converter; Metric Units and Links.