Hydroscope

Hy"dro*scope

(?), n. [Hydro-, 1 + -scope.] 1. An instrument designed to mark the presence of water, especially in air. Weale.
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2. A kind of water clock, used anciently for measuring time, the water tricking from an orifice at the end of a graduated tube.

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Hy"dro*some

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Hy`dro*so"ma

(?) }, n. [NL. hydrosoma. See Hydra, and -some body.] (Zol.) All the zooids of a hydroid colony collectively, including the nutritive and reproductive zooids, and often other kinds.
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