Definition of cosmographical in English:

cosmographical

adjective

  • See cosmography

    • ‘Also included is an interesting cosmographical miscellany that is unpublished but holds a great deal of interest for historians of cartography.’
    • ‘The first section of the atlas consists of cosmographical, astronomical and astrological texts translated into Catalan.’
    • ‘This sumptuous book provided a cosmographical introduction similar to that in the Cosmographia but in a more elaborate and elegant way.’
    • ‘This boom in cosmographical imagery in the 1650s seems to reflect a growing public awareness of the Copernican issue, which can also be attested from other sources.’
    • ‘Such an atlas, called an isolario, emerges out of a cosmographical tradition in which Thevet was steeped and which had its practical uses.’

Pronunciation

cosmographical

/kɒzməˈɡrafɪk(ə)l/