noun, plural chron·os.
Origin of chrono
Definition for chrono (2 of 2)
Origin of chrono-
Examples from the Web for chrono
I come back and see by my chrono that the blood-seal should be set; I get my hands under the computer.
Crag looked at the chrono, then swung his eyes to the instruments.First on the Moon|Jeff Sutton
He stopped by Jeff Arnold, who was jotting down figures from the chrono.We're Friends, Now|Henry Hasse
A look at the chrono sent the dream out of his head and he hurried through shaving and dressing.Double Take|Richard Wilson
I look at my chrono and see that in five minutes the hopper will come.
British Dictionary definitions for chrono
before a vowel chron-
Word Origin for chrono-
Word Origin and History for chrono
before vowels chron-, word-forming element meaning "time," from Latinized form of Greek khrono-, comb. form of khronos "time, a defined time, a lifetime, a season, a while," which is of uncertain origin.