verb (used with object), da·guerre·o·typed, da·guerre·o·typ·ing.
Examples from the Web for daguerreotype
We can feel her sensuality and willfulness in the first daguerreotype we have of Mary, taken in 1846, when she was twenty-seven.
He sent this daguerreotype, with instructions to trace up the young man, if possible.Dr. Sevier|George W. Cable
If I get a uniform and get where I can have my daguerreotype taken, your wish in that respect shall be gratified.
Is not this process a vast improvement upon the daguerreotype?The Gorgeous Isle|Gertrude Atherton
She had taken out a daguerreotype of her husband, and was looking at it.
I'll show you a daguerreotype some time; though, after all, what difference does it make?The Diary of a Saint|Arlo Bates
British Dictionary definitions for daguerreotype
Word Origin and History for daguerreotype
1839, from French daguerreotype, coined from name of inventor, Louis Daguerre (1789-1851) + -type (see type (n.)).