spectrogram etymology

English word spectrogram comes from English spectro- (Optical spectra.), English -gram (Something written, drawn or otherwise recorded.)

Detailed word origin of spectrogram

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
spectro- English (eng) Optical spectra.
-gram English (eng) Something written, drawn or otherwise recorded.
spectrogram English (eng) (astronomy) A visual representation of the spectrum of a celestial body's radiation.. A visual representation of the spectrum of a sound changing through time.

Words with the same origin as spectrogram

Descendants of spectro-
spectroastrometric spectroastrometry spectrobolometer spectrochemical spectroelectric spectroelectrochemical spectroelectrochemistry spectrofluorometry spectrofluorophotometer spectroheliogram spectrology spectrometer spectrometry spectrophotogoniometer spectrophotometer spectropolarimeter spectropolarimetry spectroradiometer spectroscope spectroscopic binary spectroscopical spectroscopically spectroscopist spectrotemporal
Descendants of -gram
hologram sonic sound telegram ultrasound unison