1. Definition of Gnomical in the Definitions.net dictionary
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3. Gnomical (not comparable) gnomic (cartography) gnomonic
Gnomical, Gnomic, Gnomonic
4. 1688, Robert Doyle, A Disquisition about the Final Causes of Natural Things North Points of the Horizon , which could not be done with an ordinary Gnomical Dial; References
5. Gnomical in Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary, G
6. Gnomical translation in English - English Reverso dictionary, see also 'Gnomically',gnomic',gnomonically',gnostical', examples, definition, conjugation
Gnomical, Gnomically, Gnomic, Gnomonically, Gnostical
7. Gnomical - Here is the meaning, point value, and part of speech of the scrabble word, Gnomical
8. Scrabble point value for Gnomical: 13 points
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10. Words with Friends point value for Gnomical: 13 points.
11. Translation for 'Gnomical' in the free English-Russian dictionary and many other Russian translations.
12. "The only thing he could say, rather Gnomically, was, 'It'll do very well in Japan.'" - Loach's love of misery, The Week, 1 September 2007, 629, 10.
13. Gnomical: Same as <internalXref urlencoded="gnomonic">gnomonic</internalXref>
Gnomical, Gnomonic, Gt
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15. A list of words that contain Gnomical, and words with Gnomical in them.This page brings back any words that contain the word or letter you enter from a large scrabble dictionary
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17. Sturmy’s ‘Gnomical scale’ is equivalent to the
18. , Gnomical adj 1 consisting of, containing, or relating to gnomes or aphorisms 2 of or relating to a writer of such sayings ♦ Gnomically adv English Collins Dictionary - English Definition & Thesaurus
Gnomical, Gnomes, Gnomically
19. See also: gnomonically, Gnomical, gnostically, gnomic
Gnomonically, Gnomical, Gnostically, Gnomic
20. Recorded from the early 19th century (Gnomical in the same sense dates from the early 16th century), the word comes from Greek gnōmikos, ultimately formed as English gnome (late 16th century), ‘thought, judgement, opinion’, from Greek gnōme in same sense, from gnōmai ‘sayings, maxims’, from the base of gignōskein
Gnomical, Greek, Gn, Gnome, Gign
21. 1845, George Henry Lewes, The Biographical History of Philosophy a city long famous as the seat of elegiac and gnomic poetry (cartography) gnomonic1688, Robert Doyle, A Disquisition about the Final Causes of Natural Things North Points of the Horizon , which could not be done with an ordinary Gnomical Dial
George, Gnomic, Gnomical
23. Recorded from the early 19th century (Gnomical in the same sense dates from the early 16th century), the word comes from Greek gnōmikos, ultimately formed as English gnome (late 16th century), ‘thought, judgement, opinion’, from Greek gnōme in same sense, from gnōmai ‘sayings, maxims’, from the base of
Gnomical, Greek, Gn, Gnome
24. Gno-, gnos-, gnoto-, -gnostic, -gnosia, -gnomic, -gnomonic, -Gnomical, -gnomy, -gnosia, -gnostic, -gnosis (Greek: know, learn, discern) geognost Someone who is versed in geognosy; a geologist
Gno, Gnos, Gnoto, Gnostic, Gnosia, Gnomic, Gnomonic, Gnomical, Gnomy, Gnosis, Greek, Geognost, Geognosy, Geologist
25. Dorrit Cohn has described two ways narrators proclaim their subjective opinions: ideas can be verbalized Gnomically, "by way of generalizing judgmental sentences that are grammatically set apart from the narrative language by being cast in the present tense," or adjectively, "by judgmental phrases that infiltrate descriptive and narrative language and that often apply to the other characters
Gnomically, Generalizing, Grammatically
26. Synonyms for Gnomically include crisply, concisely, succinctly, briefly, pithily, tersely, compactly, epigrammatically, compendiously and aphoristically
27. It is impracticable to make the ענוים from Psalm 34:3 the subject; it is an act and the experience that immediately accompanies it, that is expressed with an universal subject and in Gnomical perfects.
28. Definition of Gnomically in the Definitions.net dictionary
29. What does Gnomically mean? Information and translations of Gnomically in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
Gnomic Saying synonyms. Top synonyms for gnomic saying (other words for gnomic saying) are byword, adage and aphorism.
The gnomic (abbreviated GNO), also called neutral, generic, or universal aspect, mood, or tense, is a grammatical feature (which may refer to aspect, mood, or tense) that expresses general truths or aphorisms.
Webster Dictionary (0.00 / 0 votes)Rate this definition: Gnomonical (adj) of or pertaining to the gnomon, or the art of dialing. Etymology: [L. gnomonicus, Gr. : cf. F. gnomonique. See Gnomon.]
gnomonic projection. [nō′män·ik prə′jek·shən] (crystallography) A projection for displaying the poles of a crystal in which the poles are projected radially from the center of a reference sphere onto a plane tangent to the sphere. (mapping)