noun, plural rhom·bus·es, rhom·bi [rom-bahy] /ˈrɒm baɪ/.
Origin of rhombus
Examples from the Web for rhombus
When these notes are represented on the combined staffs with the counters, the resulting design is a rhombus.
The Rhombus cardina, a passable fish of the pleuronect genus.The Sailor's Word-Book|William Henry Smyth
Another drawer contains various figures: an oval, an ellipse, a rhombus, and a trapezoid.Dr. Montessori's Own Handbook|Maria Montessori
Or why the Noble Antoninus in some sence doth call the soul it self a Rhombus?The Works of Sir Thomas Browne|Thomas Browne
The triangles of the rhombus are different, for they are divided by opposite diagonal lines.