Origin of geoid
Related formsge·oi·dal, adjective
Examples from the Web for geoid
The reduction of triangulation base lines from the geoid to the reference ellipsoid.
It's geoid teah is this; aw've monny a time ta'en a gooid swig aght o' that teah-pot before to-day.Yorksher Puddin'|John Hartley
The west-European and the Russo-Scandinavian meridians indicate another anomaly of the geoid.
The geoid is defined as the average level of the sea, which is thought of as extended through the continents.
In physical geodesy, gravimetric data are used for the determination of the geoid and components of deflections of the vertical.