cecography (s) (noun)
, cecographies (pl)
A writing apparatus for the blind: Braille is a tactile reading and writing system designed for blind people and it is also known as cecography.
celidograph (s) (noun)
, celidographs (pl)
A term for the vision of dark spots on the planets out in space.
celidography (s) (noun)
, celidographies (pl)
A term for the spots that are visible on the sun and planets by astronomers.
ceramograph (s) (noun)
The historical description of pottery.
ceraunograph, keraunograph (s) (noun)
; ceraunographs, keraunographs (pl)
1. An instrument for chronologically recording occurrences of thunder (thunderstorms) and lightning (lightnings or thunderbolts).
2. A figure impressed by lightning upon a body or material.
3. In meteorology, an apparatus, consisting essentially of an antenna connected to a galvanometer or electroscope, for recording the occurrences of thunderstorms.
ceraunography, keraunography (s) (noun)
, ceraunographies, keraunographies (pl)
1. An instrument for chronologically recording occurrences of thunder or thunderstorms and lightnings or thunderbolts.
2. A figure impressed by lightning upon material.
3. In meteorology, an apparatus, consisting essentially of an antenna connected to a galvanometer or electroscope, for recording the occurrences of distant thunderstorms.
cerograph (s) (noun)
, cerographs (pl)
A drawing, design, or text incised that has been cut into a wax surface.
, more cerographic, most cerographic
A reference to etchings or drawings made on wax surfaces: Cerographic, or glyphography, is a printmaking technique related to engraving, using a layer of wax over a metal surface and then after the image is engraved into the wax, a positive plate is produced with the stereotyping or electrotyping.
, more cerographical, most cerographical
Referring to the art of making characters or designs in, or with, wax.
, more cerographically , most cerographically
1. A reference to writing or painting on or in wax: Cerographically creating is characterized by the application of the encaustic painting of the ancients.
2. Cerographically composing is related to the engraving on wax spread on a sheet of copper, from which a stereotype plate is taken and so it is the art of making characters or designs in or with wax.
cerographist (s) (noun)
, cerographists (pl)
Someone who engages in the process of writing or engraving on wax: Gordan was known as a skilled cerographist with his production of wax figures.
cerography (s) (noun)
, cerographies (pl)
Writing, or printing, on plates that are spread with wax.
cervicography (s) (noun)
, cervicographies (pl)
A technique for photographing part or all of the uterine cervix.
Cervicography is a diagnostic medical procedure in which a non-physician takes pictures of the cervix and submits them to a physician for interpretation.
The procedure of Cervicography is considered a screening test for cervical cancer.
chalcograph (s) (noun)
, chalcographs (pl)
An engraving on copper or brass which is intended as art or illustrations in books.
chalcographer (s) (noun)
, chalcographers (pl)
Someone, or those, who engrave images on copper or brass.
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