ephemeride

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See also: éphéméride

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Adjective[edit]

ephemeride

  1. Of, pertaining to, or used in an ephemeris
    • 1991 - Konrad Rudnicki - The Cosmologist's Second
      Intervals of ephemeride time can be measured by means of observations of any celestial bodies whose orbital movements can be assumed to be governed by gravitational forces . . .

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Noun[edit]

ephēmeride

  1. ablative singular of ephēmeris