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agonic

[ ey-gon-ik ]
/ eɪˈgɒn ɪk /
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adjective Mathematics Now Rare.
not forming an angle.
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Origin of agonic

First recorded in 1800–10; from Greek ágōn(os) (a- a-6 + gōn- derivative stem akin to góny knee) + -ic
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British Dictionary definitions for agonic

agonic
/ (əˈɡɒnɪk, eɪˈɡɒnɪk) /

adjective
forming no angle

Word Origin for agonic

C19: from Greek agōnos, from a- 1 + gōnia angle
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