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

(Greek: measure)

An ohmmeter having a teraohm range for measuring extremely high insulation resistance values.
thalassometer (s) (noun), thalassometers (pl)
A tide gauge: In his oceanography class, Jim learned how to use a thalassometer in order to measure the rise and fall of the sea level at different times of the day.
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.
A device whereby the ampere-strength of an electric current is measured by the quantity of heat that it generates.
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.
In engineering, an ammeter that employs a thermocouple to measure radio-frequency current.
A difference in temperature noted between corresponding parts of the body on the two sides as seen in unilateral lesions of sympathetic pathways.
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.
thermoesthesiometer, thermoaesthesiometer (s) (noun); thermoesthesiometers; thermoaesthesiometers (pl)
An instrument for measuring the sensibility of the skin to heat: When John, the medical technician, applied the thermoesthesiometer to Brian's arm, he jerked away in pain.
An analytical instrument for measuring changes in the mass of a substance during temperature changes.
1. An instrument for indicating the temperature (heat) of any substance; usually a sealed vacuum tube containing mercury, which expands with heat and contracts with cold, its level accordingly rising or falling in the tube, with the exact degree of variation of level being indicated by a scale.
2. A tool for measuring temperature; that is, an instrument with a graduated glass tube and a bulb containing mercury or alcohol that rises in the tube when the temperature increases or goes down in the tube when the temperature decreases; in other words, the liquid rises or falls as it expands or contracts according to changes in the temperature.
A collector of thermometers.

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