polyscope

Polyscope

Pol"y*scope\, n. [Gr. ? farseeing; poly`s much, many + ? to view: cf. F. polyscope.]

1. (Opt.) A glass which makes a single object appear as many; a multiplying glass. --Hutton.

2. (Med.) An apparatus for affording a view of the different cavities of the body.
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