- a combining form meaning “equal,” used in the formation of compound words: equimolecular.
Origin of equi-
Examples from the Web for equi
Historical Examples of equi
Equi et poet alendi, non saginandi—Horses and poets should be fed, not pampered.
Well, come—(relieved)— skating's one of those things you never forget—all a question of poise and equi—confound the things!
One yt he calleth Iustice legiti- me or legal / an other that he called Equi- te.The Art or Crafte of Rhetoryke
Well, come—(relieved)—skating's one of those things you never forget—all a question of poise and equi—confound the things!Voces Populi
- equal or equallyequidistant; equilateral
word-forming element meaning "equal," from Latin aequi-, comb. form of aequus "equal, even" (see equal (adj.)).
- A prefix that means equal or equally, as in equidistant.