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  1. variant of chrono- before a vowel: chronaxie.

chron.

  1. chronicle.
  2. chronograph.
  3. chronological.
  4. chronology.

Chron.

Bible.
  1. Chronicles.
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Examples from the Web for chron

Historical Examples

  • I had the year 1020 on my mind, which is the year assigned by Pinkerton for the writing of the Chron.

    Archaeological Essays, Vol. 1

    James Y. Simpson

  • The leaders of this expedition are given as in Barbour in Scalacronica, Chron.

    The Bruce

    John Barbour

  • And to have faithful, holy, and self-denying teachers, 2 Chron.

  • The priests were to offer "sacrifices" and "thanks to God every morning," 1 Chron.

  • The commentator, wrongly supposed to be Rashi, gives an interesting note upon the passage in I Chron.


British Dictionary definitions for chron

Chron.

abbreviation for
  1. Chronicles
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chron in Medicine

chron-

pref.
  1. Variant ofchrono-