¹ *Source: wiktionary.com*

### Definition of Perigons

**1.** perigon [n] - See also: perigon

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Perigons

### Literary usage of Perigons

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**1.** *The Elements of Geometry* by George Bruce Halsted (1886)

"All **perigons** are equal. HYPOTHESIS. £ A OA is a perigon ; also £ DHD is a perigon.
CONCLUSION. £ AOA = £ DHD. PROOF. Any line through the vertex of a ..."**2.** *Elementary Geometry: Plane* by James McMahon (1903)

"All **perigons** are equal. Let a straight line terminated at O and indefinitely
extended toward A revolve about its extremity O from the position OA through a ..."**3.** *Plane and Solid Geometry* by George Clinton Shutts (1913)

"(6) All **perigons** are equal. (7) A circle or an arc can be constructed with any
radius and any given point as center. ..."**4.** *The Mathematics of Applied Electricity: A Practical Mathematics* by Ernest Herman Koch (1912)

"How many **perigons** are described in 1260°, 1000°, 810°? The ratio of the circumference
to the radius of a circle * a constant of nature and is abbreviated by ..."**5.** *Metrical Geometry: An Elementary Treatise on Mensuration* by George Bruce Halsted (1881)

"... that is, the sum of the plane angles is as many **perigons** as the difference
between the number of edges and faces. 273. For every polyhedron 5 — 6 ..."