chronometry

noun
chro·​nom·​e·​try | \krə-ˈnä-mə-trē \

Definition of chronometry 

: the measuring of time

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Before, during, and after radio, chronometry, and that chap Alexander Neckam mentioning in De naturis rerum that magnets might have uses at sea, what remained the mariner’s most valuable gadget? Rob Beschizza, WIRED, "Technoporn: Maps," 28 Dec. 2006

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1833, in the meaning defined above

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chronometry

noun
chro·​nom·​e·​try | \krə-ˈnäm-ə-trē \
plural chronometries

Medical Definition of chronometry 

: the science of measuring time especially by periods or intervals

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