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Apotome
Apotome A*pot"o*me, n. [Gr. ? a cutting off, fr. ? to cut off; ? from + ? to cut.] 1. (Math.) The difference between two quantities commensurable only in power, as between [root]2 and 1, or between the diagonal and side of a square. 2. (Mus) The remaining part of a whole tone after a smaller semitone has been deducted from it; a major semitone. [Obs.]
Arthrotome
Arthrotome Ar"thro*tome, n. [Gr. ? joint + ? to cut.] (Surg.) A strong scalpel used in the dissection of joints.
Astrophotometer
Astrophotometer As`tro*pho*tom"e*ter, n. [Pref. astro- + photometer.] (Astron.) A photometer for measuring the brightness of stars.
Astrophotometrical
Astrophotometry As`tro*pho*tom"e*try, n. (Astron.) The determination of the brightness of stars, and also of the sun, moon, and planets. -- As`tro*pho`to*met"ric*al, a.
Astrophotometry
Astrophotometry As`tro*pho*tom"e*try, n. (Astron.) The determination of the brightness of stars, and also of the sun, moon, and planets. -- As`tro*pho`to*met"ric*al, a.
Azotometer
Azotometer Az`o*tom"e*ter, n. [Azote + -meter.] (Chem.) An apparatus for measuring or determining the proportion of nitrogen; a nitrometer.
Bronchotome
Bronchotome Bron"cho*tome, n. [Gr. ? windpipe + ? to cut.] (Surg.) An instrument for cutting into the bronchial tubes.
Cephalotome
Cephalotome Ceph"a*lo*tome, n. [Cephalo- + Gr. ? to cut.] (Med.) An instrument for cutting into the fetal head, to facilitate delivery.
Costotome
Costotome Cos"to*tome (k?s"t?-t?m), n. [Costa + Gr. ???? to cut.] An instrument (chisel or shears) to cut the ribs and open the thoracic cavity, in post-mortem examinations and dissections. --Knight.
Cystotome
Cystotome Cys"to*tome (s?s"t?-t?m), n. [Gr. ??? bladder + ???? to cut: cf. F. cystotome.] (Surg.) A knife or instrument used in cystotomy.
Harmotome
Harmotome Har"mo*tome, n. [Gr. ? a joint + ? to cut: cf. F. harmotome.] (Min.) A hydrous silicate of alumina and baryta, occurring usually in white cruciform crystals; cross-stone. Note: A related mineral, called lime harmotome, and Phillipsite, contains lime in place of baryta. --Dana.
Laryngotome
Laryngotome La*ryn"go*tome, n. (Surg.) An instrument for performing laryngotomy.
Lithotome
Lithotome Lith"o*tome, n. [Gr. ? cutting stones; li`qos stone + ? to cut: cf. F. lithotome.] 1. A stone so formed by nature as to appear as if cut by art. 2. (Surg.) An instrument used for cutting the bladder in operations for the stone.
Meatotome
Meatotome Me*at"o*tome, n. [Meatus + Gr. ? to cut.] (Surg.) An instrument for cutting into the urethra so as to enlarge its orifice.
Metrotome
Metrotome Met"ro*tome, n. [See Metrotomy.] (Surg.) An instrument for cutting or scarifying the uterus or the neck of the uterus.
Microtome
Microtome Mi"cro*tome, n. [Micro- + Gr. te`mnein to cut.] An instrument for making very thin sections for microscopical examination.
Myotome
Myotome My"o*tome, n. [See Myotomy.] (Anat.) (a) A muscular segment; one of the zones into which the muscles of the trunk, especially in fishes, are divided; a myocomma. (b) One of the embryonic muscular segments arising from the protovertebr[ae]; also, one of the protovertebr[ae] themselves. (c) The muscular system of one metamere of an articulate.
Neurotome
Neurotome Neu"ro*tome, n. [See Neurotomy.] 1. An instrument for cutting or dissecting nerves. 2. (Anat.) A neuromere.
Osteotome
Osteotome Os"te*o*tome, n. [Osteo- + Gr. ?.] (Surg.) Strong nippers or a chisel for dividing bone.
Pharyngotome
Pharyngotome Pha*ryn"go*tome, n. (Surg.) An instrument for incising or scarifying the tonsils, etc.
Photomechanical
Photomechanical Pho`to*me*chan"ic*al, a. Pertaining to, or designating, any photographic process in which a printing surface is obtained without the intervention of hand engraving.
Photometer
Photometer Pho*tom"e*ter, n. [Photo- + -meter: cf. F. photom[`e]tre.] (Physics) An instrument for measuring the intensity of light, or, more especially, for comparing the relative intensities of different lights, or their relative illuminating power.
Photometrician
Photometrician Pho*tom`e*tri"cian, Photometrist Pho*tom"e*trist, n. A specialist in photometry.
Photometrician
Photometrician Pho*tom`e*tri"cian, n. One engaged in the scientific measurement of light.
Photometrist
Photometrician Pho*tom`e*tri"cian, Photometrist Pho*tom"e*trist, n. A specialist in photometry.
Photomezzotype
Photomezzotype Pho`to*mez"zo*type, n. [Photo- + It. mezzo middle, half + -type.] A photomechanical process similar to collotype.
Protomerite
Protomerite Pro`to*mer"ite, n. [Proto- + -mere + -ite.] (Zo["o]l.) The second segment of one of the Gregarin[ae].
Protometalic
Protometals Pro`to*met"als, n. pl. A finer form of metals, indicated by enhanced lines in their spark spectra (which are also observed in the spectra of some stars), obtained at the highest available laboratory temperatures (--Lockyer); as protocalcium, protochromium, protocopper, protonickel, protosilicon, protostrontium, prototitanium, protovanadium. -- Pro`to*me*tal"ic, a.
Protometals
Protometals Pro`to*met"als, n. pl. A finer form of metals, indicated by enhanced lines in their spark spectra (which are also observed in the spectra of some stars), obtained at the highest available laboratory temperatures (--Lockyer); as protocalcium, protochromium, protocopper, protonickel, protosilicon, protostrontium, prototitanium, protovanadium. -- Pro`to*me*tal"ic, a.
rachiotome
Rachitome Ra"chi*tome, n. [F., fr. Gr. ?, ?, the spine + ? to cut.] A dissecting instrument for opening the spinal canal. [Written also rachiotome.]

Meaning of Otome from wikipedia

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