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seismogram

[sahyz-muh-gram, sahys-] /ˈsaɪz məˌgræm, ˈsaɪs-/
noun
1.
a record made by a seismograph.
Origin of seismogram
1890-1895
1890-95; seismo- + -gram1
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n.

record made by a seismograph or seismometer, 1888, from seismo- + -gram.

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seismogram
  (sīz'mə-grām')   
The record that is produced by a seismograph.
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