ichnography[ik näg′rə fē]
- a scale drawing of the ground plan of a building; floor plan
- the art of drawing such plans
Origin: from French or L; French ichnographie from Classical Latin ichnographia from Gr, a tracing out, ground plan: see ichno- and amp; -graphy
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noun pl. ich·nog·ra·phies
- The art or process of drawing ground plans.
- A ground plan of a building.
Origin: Latin ichnographiā : Greek ikhnos, track + Greek -graphiā, -graphy.