Hodometer

• (n.) See Odometer.
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Hodometer

Ho·dom'e·ter noun See Odometer .
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Hodometer

A hodometer was an early device for measuring the distance travelled by a vehicle. It consisted of a clockwork arrangement fixed to the side of the vehicle, and connected with the axle. An index recorded on a dial the distance travelled.
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Hodometer

a Roman measuring device used to measure distances; the hodometer was attached to the side of a vehicle (e.g., a cart) and consisted of a gear assembly, which caused a pebble to fall into a metal bowl after the vehicle had traveled one Roman mile = 400 revolutions of the wheel; the vehicles used a specific wheel size, 4 feet in diameter and 12.5 fe...
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hodometer

hodometer A device for measuring and displaying the distance traveled by a wheeled vehicle or a person; for example, the milometer which is incorporated in the speedometer of a car; an odometer.
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