Definition of Gnomonist. Meaning of Gnomonist. Synonyms of Gnomonist

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Definition of Gnomonist

Gnomonist
Gnomonist Gno"mon*ist, n. One skilled in gnomonics. --Boyle.

Meaning of Gnomonist from wikipedia

- A gnomon (/ˈnoʊmɒn, ˈnoʊmən/, from Gr**** γνώμων, gnōmōn, literally: "one that knows or examines") is the part of a sundial that casts a shadow. The term...
- 1702), Italian painter Muzio Oddi (1569–1639), Italian mathematician and Gnomonist Ruggero Oddi, Italian physiologist Silvio Oddi, Italian cardinal and diplomat...
- latitudes between 35° and 60°. A Butterfield dial was named after the English gnomonist, Michael Butterfield who was active in Paris around 1690. They were constructed...
- Agent White. In Austin's second return, he helps Lamar and the remaining Gnomonists move out of the crumbling temple. He takes them to Texas, where they are...
- Urbino – 15 December 1639, Urbino) was an Italian mathematician and Gnomonist. He was born to Lisabetta Genga and Lattanzio Oddi. His initial training...
- [citation needed] Those skilled in the art were referred to as dialists or gnomonists, the latter derived from the word gnomon, which was a device that used...
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