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  • Geography ‚ÄĒ (from Greek ő≥őĶŌČő≥ŌĀőĪŌÜőĮőĪ geografia ) is the study of the Earth and its lands, features, inhabitants, and phenomena. [cite web |title=Geography |work=The American Heritage Dictionary/ of the English Language, Fourth Edition |publisher=Houghton… ‚Ķ   Wikipedia

  • geography ‚ÄĒ ge*og ra*phy, n.; pl. {Geographies}. [F. g[ e]ographie, l. geographia, fr. Gr. ?; ge a, gh^, the earth + ? description, fr. ? to write, describe. 1. The science which treats of the world and its inhabitants; a description of the earth, or a… ‚Ķ   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • geography ‚ÄĒ [jńď √§g‚Ä≤r…ô fńď] n. pl. geographies [L geographia < Gr geŇćgraphia, geography < geŇć (see GEO ) + graphein, to write: see GRAPHIC] 1. the descriptive science dealing with the surface of the earth, its division into continents and countries, and… ‚Ķ   English World dictionary

  • geography ‚ÄĒ UK US /d íiňą…ígr…ôfi/ noun ‚Ėļ [C] (plural geographies) an area where a company operates or sells a product: ¬ĽThe company added that there had been a business slowdown in all geographies ‚Ķ   Financial and business terms

  • Geography ‚ÄĒ aerotropolis a geographic Anglosphere arrival city birthplace effect boomburb BRICs Chermany ‚Ķ   New words

  • geography ‚ÄĒ 1540s, from M.Fr. g√©ographie (15c.), from L. geographia, from Gk. geographia description of the earth s surface, from GEO (Cf. geo ) earth + graphia description (see GRAPHY (Cf. graphy)) ‚Ķ   Etymology dictionary

  • geography ‚ÄĒ [n] the earth‚Äôs features; study of land cartography, chorography, earth science, geology, geopolitical study, geopolitics, physiographics, physiography, topography, topology; concepts 349,509 ‚Ķ   New thesaurus

  • geography ‚ÄĒ ‚Ėļ NOUN 1) the study of the physical features of the earth and of human activity as it relates to these. 2) the relative arrangement of places and physical features. DERIVATIVES geographer noun ‚Ķ   English terms dictionary

  • geography ‚ÄĒ /jee og reuh fee/, n., pl. geographies. 1. the science dealing with the areal differentiation of the earth s surface, as shown in the character, arrangement, and interrelations over the world of such elements as climate, elevation, soil,… ‚Ķ   Universalium

  • GEOGRAPHY ‚ÄĒ In the Bible The geographic horizon in the early biblical period was the lu aŠł• ha ammim, a table of 70 nations listed in Genesis 10. The identification of the names and the location of the countries are the subject of differences of opinion among ‚Ķ   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • geography ‚ÄĒ ge|og|ra|phy [d íiňą…Ēgr…ôfi, ňąd í…Ēg US d íiňąa:g ] n [U] [Date: 1400 1500; : Latin; Origin: geographia, from Greek, describing the Earth , from ge ( GEO ) + graphein to write ] 1.) the study of the countries, oceans, rivers, mountains, cities etc of… ‚Ķ   Dictionary of contemporary English

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