cosmographical love

Definitions

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  • adjective Of or pertaining to cosmography.

Etymologies

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cosmographic +‎ -al

Examples

  • The earliest appearance of it in England is in a book printed by John Day in 1559, William Cunningham's The cosmographical glasse.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • The earliest appearance of it in England is in a book printed by John Day in 1559, William Cunningham's The cosmographical glasse.

    On possessive apostrophes

  • Polus 'lies, correct those errors in navigation, reform cosmographical charts, and rectify longitudes, if it were possible; not by the compass, as some dream, with Mark Ridley in his treatise of magnetical bodies, cap.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Of the several generally recognized theories of the interpretation of myth: the historical, or euhemeristic; the physical, or cosmographical; the allegorical; and the allegorical-theological, the writers of the seven - teenth century seem to have been chiefly occupied with the latter two, and it is interesting that each of these theories finds respective support from two of the most eminent literary figures who lived at the turn of the century.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • Cosmographical Dissertations; containing the cosmographical mystery respecting the admirable proportion of the celestial orbits, and the genuine and real causes of the number, magnitude, and periods of the planets, demonstrated by the five regular geometrical solids. '

    The Astronomy of Milton's 'Paradise Lost'

  • The labors of Kepler were mathematical, optical, cosmographical, and astronomical, -- but chiefly astronomical.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 05, No. 30, April, 1860

  • Small atlases were largely circulated in cosmographical codices.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI

  • One of the rooms in the Palazzo Vecchio, so called because the famous cosmographical timepiece, made about 1484 for Lorenzo de Medici by Lorenzo della Volpaia, stood there.

    The Autobiography of Benvenuto Cellini

  • One of the rooms in the Palazzo Vecchio, so called because the famous cosmographical timepiece, made about 1484 for Lorenzo de’ Medici by Lorenzo della Volpaia, stood there.

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  • However much they are at variance with the cosmographical manuscripts of the past, these plain statements may be relied upon as a record of the things Olaf Jansen claims to have seen with his own eyes.

    The Smoky God, or: A Voyage to the Inner World

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