equiangular

[ee-kwee-ang-gyuh-ler, ek-wee-]

Origin of equiangular

First recorded in 1650–60; equi- + angular
Related formse·qui·an·gu·lar·i·ty, nounun·e·qui·an·gu·lar, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for equiangular

equiangular

adjective
  1. having all angles equal
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Word Origin and History for equiangular
adj.

1650s; see equi- + angular.

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equiangular in Science

equiangular

[ē′kwē-ănggyə-lər, ĕk′wē-]
  1. Having all angles equal.
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