n. pl. an•gu•li (-lī′)
Examples from the Web for angulus
Ille terrarum mihi prter omnes / Angulus ridet—That nook of the world has charms for me before all else.
In the phrase angulus primi motus, angulus must be taken to mean angular motion.Chaucer's Works, Volume 3 (of 7)|Geoffrey Chaucer
Angulus isosceles, or Angulus quicrurus, is a triangle having equall shankes unto another.
Literally that; for the receding Porch is a deep 'angulus,' and its mid-pillar is the 'Head of the Corner.'Our Fathers Have Told Us|John Ruskin
Angulus contractus, A touch angle is an angle of a straight touch-line and a periphery.