Hy"dro*scope (?), n. [Hydro-, 1 + -scope.]

1.

An instrument designed to mark the presence of water, especially in air.

Weale.

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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