Definition of horologe in English:

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horologe

Pronunciation: /ˈhôrəˌläj/

noun

archaic
A timepiece.
Example sentences
  • The single most distinctive visual element of any horologe or timepiece is its face.
  • A number of horologes have been developed with removable or movable faces.
  • Having worked with Tanishq and the Swatch group, they know a thing or two about selling expensive horologes.

Origin

Late Middle English: from Old French, via Latin from Greek hōrologion, from hōra 'time' + -logos '-telling'.

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