marigraph

noun mar·i·graph \-raf, -rȧf\
variants: or

mareograph

\-rēə-\

Definition of marigraph

  1. :  a self-registering tide gage

marigraphic

\¦marə¦grafik\ adjective

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Origin and Etymology of marigraph

marigraph from mari- + -graph; mareograph from French maréographe, from maréo- (from Latin mare sea) + -graphe -graph — more at marine


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