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hydrographic

adjective hy·dro·graph·ic \ˌhī-drə-ˈgra-fik\

Definition of HYDROGRAPHIC

1
:  of or relating to the characteristic features (as flow or depth) of bodies of water
2
:  relating to the charting of bodies of water
hy·drog·ra·pher \hī-ˈdrä-grə-fər\ noun
hy·drog·ra·phy \-grə-fē\ noun

Origin of HYDROGRAPHIC

French hydrographique, from Middle French, from hydr- + -graphique -graphic
First Known Use: 1665

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