Origin of meteorology
Examples from the Web for meteorology
Neubauer was stationed at Keesler for weather training, a military field that is the rough equivalent of meteorology.Spies, Lies, and Rape in the Air Force: An Undercover Agent's Story|Jacob Siegel|March 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The control of the wind circulation by areas of low and high pressure is one of the most important laws in meteorology.Practical Exercises in Elementary Meteorology|Robert DeCourcy Ward
Meteorology, more intimately perhaps than any other science, concerns our ordinary affairs.
Meteorology is represented in Geology, in Physics, Astronomy, and in the general library.
British Dictionary definitions for meteorology
Word Origin for meteorology
Word Origin and History for meteorology
"science of the atmosphere, weather forecasting," 1610s, from French météorologie and directly from Greek meteorologia "treatise on celestial phenomena, discussion of high things," from meteoron, literally "thing high up" (see meteor), + -logia "treatment of" (see -logy).