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isogonic

[ ahy-suh-gon-ik ]
/ ˌaɪ səˈgɒn ɪk /
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adjective
having or pertaining to equal angles.
noting or pertaining to an isogonal line.
noun
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Origin of isogonic

<Greek isogṓn(ios) having equal angles (see iso-, -gon) + -ic
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British Dictionary definitions for isogonic

isogonic

isogonal (aɪˈsɒɡənəl)

/ (ˌaɪsəʊˈɡɒnɪk) /

adjective
maths having, making, or involving equal angles
noun
Also called: isogonic line, isogonal line, isogone physics an imaginary line connecting points on the earth's surface having equal magnetic declination
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