noun, plural e·phe·mer·i·des [ef-uh-mer-i-deez] /ˌɛf əˈmɛr ɪˌdiz/.
Origin of ephemeris
Related Words for ephemerisjournal, calendar, yearbook, register, chronicle, annual, record, registry
Examples from the Web for ephemeris
Historical Examples of ephemeris
A Table of artificial numbers; to be found at the back of "Raphael's" Ephemeris.How to Read the Crystal
Take in hand, then, the Ephemeris for the year of your birth and read this chapter with it in view.Astrology
And now not only is it slightly off course, but so is every ephemeris printed on Mert.Conquest Over Time
Its position with respect to Saturn on any given date can be learned from the Ephemeris.Astronomy with an Opera-glass
Garrett Putman Serviss
With an Ephemeris and another astrological book, I made out and copied in six hours Mdlle.The Memoires of Casanova, Complete
Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
noun plural ephemerides (ˌɛfɪˈmɛrɪˌdiːz)
Word Origin for ephemeris
table showing predicted positions of heavenly bodies, 1550s, Modern Latin, from Greek ephemeris "diary, calendar," from ephemeros "daily" (see ephemera). The classical plural is ephemerides.