from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun An apparatus for recording the level and the movements of water, such as a Pitot tube; a water-meter.
  • noun An apparatus for recording the number, frequency, or length of the waves of water in a lake; specifically, Forel's plemyrameter, which was ultimately replaced by the more accurate limnometer of Sarasin. See limnometer, with cut.


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