Origin and Etymology of manometer
French manomètre, from Greek manos sparse, loose, rare (akin to Armenian manr small) + French -mètre
First Known Use: circa 1730See Words from the same year
Medical Definition of manometer
1: an instrument (as a pressure gauge) for measuring the pressure of gases and vapors
manometry\mə-ˈnäm-ə-trē\play noun plural
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