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trigon

[ trahy-gon ]
/ ˈtraɪ gɒn /
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noun
a triangle.
an ancient Greek stringed instrument with a triangular shape.
Astrology Archaic.
  1. trine.
  2. triplicity.
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Origin of trigon

1555–65; <Latin trigōnum triangle <Greek trígōnon, noun use of neuter of trígōnos three-angled. See tri-, -gon

Other definitions for trigon (2 of 2)

trigon.

abbreviation
trigonometric.
trigonometrical.
trigonometry.
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British Dictionary definitions for trigon

trigon
/ (ˈtraɪɡɒn) /

noun
(in classical Greece or Rome) a triangular harp or lyre
an archaic word for triangle

Word Origin for trigon

C17: via Latin from Greek trigōnon triangle. See tri-, -gon
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