philograph

noun phil·o·graph \ˈfiləˌgraf, -rȧf\

Definition of philograph

  1. :  an apparatus with a transparent plane (as of glass or celluloid) on which to trace a facsimile of a view or object seen through an adjustable eyepiece

philographic

adjective

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Origin and Etymology of philograph

phil- + -graph


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