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equant

[ ee-kwuhnt, ee-kwant ]
/ ˈi kwənt, ˈi kwænt /
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adjective
(of a crystal) having all axes of the same length (opposed to anisometric).
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Origin of equant

<Latin aequant-, stem of aequāns, present participle of aequāre;see equate
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