noun see chorography

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  • Chorographer — Cho*rog ra*pher, n. 1. One who describes or makes a map of a district or region. The chorographers of Italy. Sir T. Browne. [1913 Webster] 2. A geographical antiquary; one who investigates the locality of ancient places. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • chorographer — noun /kɒˈɹɒɡɹəfə/ Someone who desscribes a particular region or country. A chorographer of ours [...] gives no other reason but this, luxus omnia dissipavit, riot hath consumed all …   Wiktionary

  • chorographer — See chorography. * * * …   Universalium

  • chorographer — cho·rog·ra·pher …   English syllables

  • chorographer — kəˈrägrəfə(r) noun ( s) Etymology: chorography + er : a specialist in chorography …   Useful english dictionary

  • chorography — chorographer, n. chorographic /kawr euh graf ik, kohr /, chorographical, adj. chorographically, adv. /keuh rog reuh fee, kaw , koh /, n., pl. chorographies. Geog. a systematic, detailed description and analysis of a region or regions. [1550 60; < …   Universalium

  • chorography — noun Etymology: Latin chorographia, from Greek chōrographia, from chōros place + graphia graphy Date: 1559 1. the art of describing or mapping a region or district 2. a description or map of a region; also the physical conformation and features… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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