### Definition of Trihedrons

1. Noun. (plural of trihedron) ¹

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### Definition of Trihedrons

1. trihedron [n] - See also: trihedron

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Trihedrons

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### Literary usage of Trihedrons

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1. Medici's Rational Mathematics by Charles Medici (1895)
"... relation exists between trihedrons and circles, as well as between squares and circles. The characteristic difference in the relation of these forms, ..."

2. American Men of Science: A Biographical Directory by Jaques Cattell, Jaques Cattell Press (1921)
"Approximate longitudes from observations of the moon in the polaris vertical circle; relation between empirical and inertia! trihedrons of gravitational ..."

3. A History of the British Stalk-eyed Crustacea by Thomas Bell (1853)
"The first pair of legs are the longest and are equal ; the arm is trihedrons, the wrist short and slightly inflated, the hand rounded, inflated, ..."

4. Mathematical Questions and Solutions (1892)
"For the lines of the tetrahedral complex tic + ad = 0, the quadruples are harmonical, &c. econd kind of isosceles tetrahedrons, the four trihedrons of which ..."

5. Handbook of Mathematics for Engineers and Engineering Students by Joseph Claudel (1906)
"equilateral triangles into two trihedrons. A much simpler method is as follows: a being the edge of the octahedron, and C one of the dihedral angles, ..."