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" Apogason, apogee, or apogeum, " a point in the heavens, in which the sun, or a planet, is at the greatest distance possible from the earth in its whole revolution. "
An abridged history of France; also a table of the sovereigns of England. To ... - Page 98
1856
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Walker remodelled, a new critical pronouncing dictionary of the English language

Benjamin Humphrey Smart, John Walker - 1836
...meaning to the protasis, or former part; also, the application of a similitude. AP'-O-GEE, *. That point in the heavens in which the sun or a planet is at the greatest distance from the earth. AP'-O-ORAPH, 163 : *. A copy from, opposed to autograph. APOLOGY, d-pot'-Ag\, . Primarily, defence...
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A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, and Expositor of the English Language ...

John Walker - English language - 1836 - 712 pages
...4P-od!k'te-k41. a. Dcmonstra live. S, a_p-A-dik's!st 527. Denionstration. bill ;_/ j-poatul -,-thm, THIS. A point in the heavens, in which the sun, or a planet, is at the greatest distance possible from earth " le revolution. i '* said"> defence of any thing. A ft) LOGIST, a-pol'6-iUt ....
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An Etymological Dictionary of the English Language, on a Plan Entirely New

John Oswald - English language - 1836 - 523 pages
...gemmiferous, a. gem'meous, a. gem'my, a. gem'mary, a. gemmos'ity, n. * Apogason, apogee, or apogeum, " a point in the heavens, in which the sun, or a planet, is at the greatest distance possible from the earth in its whole revolution. The ancient astronomers regarding the earth as the...
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Cobb's Abridgment of J. Walker's Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, and ...

John Walker, Lyman Cobb - English language - 1841 - 428 pages
...Fte, fr, fll, ft — m, mt — pine, pin — n, mve, APP Аp o gee, p' 'j, s. a point in the heavens, in which the sun, or a planet, is at the greatest distance possible from the earth in its wnole revolution. Аp o gees, p' 'jz, s. plu. A pol o get i...
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Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language

John Walker - 1845
...demonstrative Apodixis, ap-od'k'sis s. demonstration Apogseon, ap-6-je'6n > s. a point in the Apogee, ap'o-je J heavens, in which the sun or a planet is at the greatest distance possible from the earth in its whole revolution purpose ; tools, furniture, equipage Apparel, ap-par'ei...
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A Phonographic Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language: Abridged from ...

William Bolles - English language - 1846 - 689 pages
...of uncertain authority, not canonical. Apogee, p^o-je, я. ) a point in Apogenm, ap-6 j&im, я. $ the heavens in which the sun, or a planet, is at the greatest distance possible from (he earth in its whole revolution. Apologetic, 1-pol-o jetfk, a. that is aid ш defence...
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An Etymological Dictionary of the English Language

John Oswald - 1854
...gemmiferous, a. gem'meous, a. gem'my, a. gem'mary, a. gemmos'ity, n. * Apogtson, apogee, or apogeum, " a point in the heavens, in which the sun, or a planet, is at the greatest distance possible from the earth in ite whole revolution. The ancient astronomers regarding the earth as the...
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A dictionary of the Spanish and English languages: wherein the words are ...

Giuseppe Marco Antonio Baretti, Mateo Seoane Sobral - Foreign Language Study - 1854
...m. Apograph, transcript, or copy of some book or writing. Apogeo, sm. Apogaeon, apogee or apoganim, a point in the heavens, in which the sun or a planet is at the greatest distance possible from the earth in its whole revolution. Apelillado, da, a. Moth-eaten, worm-eateti, wormed....
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ETYMOLOGICAL DICTIONARY

JOHN OSWALD - 1868
...gem'meous, / gem'my, a. r~ jif-* f gem'mzry, a. f-> ^emwos'ity, n. * ApogcB&n, apogee, or apogeum, " a point in the heavens, in which the sun, or a planet, is at the greatest distance possible from the earth in its whole revolution. The ancient astronomers regarding the earth as the...
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The Sciences Epitomized

J. J. Hooke - Science - 1870 - 97 pages
...Perigee is that point of the heavens where the sun or a planet is nearest the earth, and apogee is that point in the heavens in which the sun or a planet is farthest from the earth. Parallax is the difference between the true and apparent distance of a planet...
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