### Definition of Reguli

1. Noun. (plural of regulus) ¹

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Reguli

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### Literary usage of Reguli

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1. A Treatise on the Line Complex by Charles Minshall Jessop (1903)
"8. two planes through p and p' respectively have two points in common, and therefore are the images of reguli of two associated systems of (L, (7*), ..."

2. Projective Geometry by Oswald Veblen, John Wesley Young (1918)
"Right• and left•handed reguli, congruences, and complexes. By Cor. 2, Theorem 57, every triad of lines in a regulus is right• handed or every triad is ..."

3. Scandinavian Adventures: During a Residence of Upwards of Twenty Years by Llewelyn Lloyd (1854)
"THE reguli—THE WAGTAILS—THE PIPITS—THE CHATS—THE TITMICE—THE BOHEMIAN WAX-WING—THE LARKS—THE BUNTINGS—THE FINCHES—THE CROSS-BELLS. THE Gold-crested Regulus ..."

4. Analytic Geometry of Space by Virgil Snyder, Charles Herschel Sisam (1914)
"For this purpose it is necessary only to replace xi by — i_ in the /j» Va« equation Sawa;i2 = 0 of Art. 113. 115. Rectilinear generators. reguli. ..."

5. Analytic Geometry of Space by Virgil Snyder, Charles Herschel Sisam (1914)
"For this purpose it is necessary only to replace xi by — i^ in the Va« equation Sa«x,.s = 0 of Art. 113. 115. Rectilinear generators. reguli. ..."