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cosmography

noun cos·mog·ra·phy \käz-ˈmä-grə-fē\
plural cos·mog·ra·phies

Definition of COSMOGRAPHY

1
:  a general description of the world or of the universe
2
:  the science that deals with the constitution of the whole order of nature
cos·mog·ra·pher \-fər\ noun
cos·mo·graph·ic \ˌkäz-mə-ˈgra-fik\ or cos·mo·graph·i·cal \-fi-kəl\ adjective

Origin of COSMOGRAPHY

Middle English cosmographie, from Late Latin cosmographia, from Greek kosmographia, from kosmos + -graphia -graphy
First Known Use: 14th century

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