seismogram

[sahyz-muh-gram, sahys-]
noun
a record made by a seismograph.

Origin:
1890–95; seismo- + -gram1

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seismogram   (sīz'mə-grām')  Pronunciation Key 
The record that is produced by a seismograph.
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Example sentences
Click on a red seismogram icon or a region on list at right.
Based on the duration of shaking as measured by the time decay of the amplitude
  of the seismogram.
During an earthquake the ground shakes and that is recorded as a seismogram.
The seismogram charts nine minutes of the earthquake in its varying intensities.
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