Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One skilled in chorography; a person who describes or makes a map of a particular region or country; specifically, one who investigates the locality of places mentioned by ancient writers and endeavors to identify their true situation.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who describes or makes a map of a district or region.
- n. A geographical antiquary; one who investigates the locality of ancient places.
- From Ancient Greek χωρογράφος ("describing countries"), from χώρα, χῶρος ("region, country"). (Wiktionary)
“Marriage #2 to dancer/chorographer Cris Judd, less than a year, Her engagement to Ben Affleck, clocked in at about a year and finally, Marc is now four and a half years.”
“Feb 3rd, 2008 elysia hey shane its elysia im from ireland and for college i have to do a essay on a chorographer and im really intrested in you if you could give me some good information about yourself that would be great i think it would be better if it was coming from you.”
“Our forefathers, as  a worthy chorographer of ours observes, had wont pauculis cruculis aureis, with a few golden crosses, and lines in verse, make all conveyances, assurances.”
“Most of the occupations you'd assume to be heavily gay, such as Broadway chorographer and fashion designer, were decimated by AIDS in the 1980s and early 1990s, as was figure skating, where both Olympic male gold medallists from the 70s died of AIDS.”
“Davar, the renowned chorographer is going to mentor a dance based reality show 'Street Dance' on UTV Bindass.”
“MJ's chorographer teaches Pilipino prisoners moves from his last tour.”
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