mascon

[mas-kon]

Origin of mascon

First recorded in 1965–70; mas(s) + con(centration)
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Historical Examples of mascon

  • Here she was met by a priest, "Dr. John of Mascon, a very wise man," who looked at her in pity and in wonder.

    Joan of Arc

    Laura E. Richards


British Dictionary definitions for mascon

mascon

noun
  1. any of several lunar regions of high gravity

Word Origin for mascon

C20: from mas (s) + con (centration)
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