ephemeride

See also: éphéméride

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AdjectiveEdit

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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NounEdit

ephēmeride

  1. ablative singular of ephēmeris