Definition of Triangulum

1. Noun. A small northern constellation near Perseus between Andromeda and Aries.

Exact synonyms: Triangle
Generic synonyms: Constellation



Definition of Triangulum

1. Proper noun. (constellation) An autumn constellation of the northern sky whose brightest three stars form a small triangle. The constellation lies near Perseus, between Aries and Andromeda. ¹

2. Proper noun. (astronomy) The Triangulum Galaxy, a relatively nearby spiral galaxy to the Milky Way; M33. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Medical Definition of Triangulum

1. See: triangle. Origin: L. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Triangulum

triangularis
triangularis muscle
triangularities
triangularity
triangularity of the teeth
triangularly
triangulate
triangulated
triangulates
triangulating
triangulation
triangulations
triangulator
triangulators
triangulite
triangulum (current term)
triannual
triannually
triaose
triaoses
triapsal
triarch
triarchies
triarchs
triarchy
triarian
triarius
triarsane
triarsanes
triarsine

Literary usage of Triangulum

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1. A Revision of the King Snakes: Genus Lampropeltisby Frank Nelson Blanchard by Frank Nelson Blanchard (1921)
"Map showing locality records for Lampropeltis triangulum annulata.. 161 49. ... Diagram showing interrelationships between Lampropeltis triangulum annulata, ..."

2. The British Noctuae and Their Varieties by James William Tutt (1892)
"Guenée writes :—" It is nearer to c-nigrum than to triangulum and rhomboidea. Its distinctive characters ате the same as for triangulum, ..."

3. In Starland with a Three-inch Telescope: A Conveniently Arranged Guide for by William Tyler Olcott (1909)
"triangulum Xote the nebula 352 discovered by Messier. It is 30' in extent. The first asteroid to be discovered, Ceres, was discovered in triangulum in 1801. ..."

4. The Geography of the Heavens, and Class Book of Astronomy: Accompanied by a by Elijah Hinsdale Burritt, Thomas Dick (1849)
"triangulum. THE TRIANGLE. CASSIOPEIA. Favorably situated for examination in November, December, and January. ANDROMEDA. If we look directly over head at 10 ..."

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