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

(Greek: measure)

The measurement of venous pressure.
1. An instrument for measuring the pitch and intensity of sounds.
2. An instrument for measuring or automatically recording the number or force of sound-waves; phonometrics.
A method of investigating language by the statistical analysis of instrumentally measured speech sounds and informants responses to the same data.
A device consisting essentially of a stop watch, for estimating the distance of firearms in action by measuring the interval between the flash and the arrival of the sound waves from the discharges of the weapons.
phorometer, phorometry
1. An instrument for detecting and measuring imbalance in the extrinsic muscles of the eyes.
2. An instrument to test oculomotor balance.
3. An instrument used to correct abnormalities in eye muscles.
1. An instrument used in measuring the intensity of light, especially in determining the relative intensity of light from different sources.
2. A device for measuring the intensity of infrared, ultraviolet, or visible light.
3. A device for testing the sensitivity of the eye to light by determining the light minimum.
1. The measurement of the visible portion of radiant energy (light).
2. Measuring the characteristics of visible radiation (light); such as, its luminous intensity or illuminance, relative to standard references.
A device for testing the acuity of vision by determining the smallest amount of light that will render an object barely visible.
Measurement of the least illumination required for eyesight.
phototachometer, phototachometric, phototachometrical
An apparatus for determining the velocity of light.
The measurement of the velocity of light.
1. Measurement of the physiological functions of the body.
2. The quantification of physiologic activity.
An instrument for measuring blood pressure.

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