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 (hôr′ə-lō′jē-əm, hŏr′-)
A constellation in the Southern Hemisphere near Hydrus, Eridanus, and Reticulum.

[Latin hōrologium, horologe; see horologe.]


n, pl -gia (-dʒɪə)
1. (Horology) a clocktower
2. (Ecclesiastical Terms) Also called: horologion (in the Eastern Church) a liturgical book of the offices for the canonical hours, corresponding to the Western breviary
[C17: from Latin; see horologe]


n, Latin genitive Horologii (ˌhɒrəˈləʊdʒɪaɪ)
(Astronomy) a faint constellation in the S hemisphere lying near Eridanus and Hydrus
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In fact, they had used this technique three days before, to trace the black hole merger GW170814 back to a large region on the border of the southern constellations Horologium and Eridanus (S&T: Jan.
8) Advocating the Horologium Florae or Floral clock, Linnaeus refers to the phenomenon in which some flowers "watch," or open and close, at specific hours of the day and night, prompting him to theorize that one could arrange certain flowers into the face of a clock and know the time simply by perceiving which flowers are blooming at a particular moment (fig.
El uso de los relojes publicos en Occidente se propago a partir del siglo xiv, con los horologium (del griego uJpokoviov oro [hora] y lego [yo cuento]), como en el caso del de Padua en Italia.
When Suso revised The Little Book of Eternal Wisdom a number of years later, reformulating it into Latin as the Horologium sapientiae (Wisdom's Watch upon the Hours), (40) he complicated this emotional equation whereby active fear of God simply cancelled out the debilitating fear of death.
8 F P 4 compressum (Bohm) Steidinger, Tester et Taylor ** Pyrophacus horologium Stein R,B 14.
Horologium oscillatorium sive de motu pendulorum ad horologia aptato demonstrationes geometricae.
Este seria el caso de un cuestor pompeyano de epoca sabelia, que invirtio el dinero de las multas en el establecimiento de un horologium cerca de las termas de Stabia (86); o de los duunviros pompeyanos que ex d(ecreto) d(ecurionum) financiaron la construccion de laconicum et destrictarium y la reparacion de unos porticos y la palestra (CIL [I.
Living Clock": In his horologium florae/Linnaeus lunched by goatsbeard, as scarlet pimpernel closed//and hawkbit yellowed the hour with forked bristle/while weeds and vulneraries worked a prediction/with time's vertebrae;/Linnaeu's star of Bethlehem motioned/from a pre-determined tilt,/his flowering tobacco furled//voluted leaves/for dark, admitting the evening/into ground slump.
11) As the Series progresses, he turns his attention from his literal mirror to various textual mirrors: moral treatises, exemplary stories, and "Learn to Die," his translation of the first part of Heinrich Suso's Horologium Sapientiae.
Esta proviene de una palabra mas antigua en catalan arolotge (1368), que conserva la vocal / o / etimologica de la palabra latina horologium (Corominas 1983).
The lovely outstanding yellow double star Zeta (1) and (2) is situated in the far western part of the constellation, only 25 arc minutes from the border with Horologium.