noun, plural hor·o·lo·gi·a [hawr-uh-loh-jee-uh, hor-] /ˌhɔr əˈloʊ dʒi ə, ˌhɒr-/.
Origin of horologium
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Horologe, (Orologe), (Horologium)A general term applied indiscriminately in old writings to any mechanism for measuring time.
In 1669 he published his important work, "Horologium Oscillatorium."
Reticulum, the Net, is a small constellation to the east of Hydrus and Horologium.Astronomical Curiosities|J. Ellard Gore
Of course it will be necessary to adjust the Horologium Florae (or Flower clock) to the nature of the climate.Flowers and Flower-Gardens|David Lester Richardson
And that's where that horologium you were talking about came from, too.Christopher and the Clockmakers|Sara Ware Bassett