Definition of Trigons

1. Noun. (plural of trigon) ¹

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Definition of Trigons

1. trigon [n] - See also: trigon

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trigons

trigonometric cofunction
trigonometric cofunctions
trigonometric function
trigonometric series
trigons (current term)
trigonum acustici
trigonum caroticum
trigonum cerebrale
trigonum cervicale
trigonum cervicale anterius
trigonum cervicale posterius
trigonum collaterale
trigonum colli
trigonum deltoideopectorale
trigonum femorale
trigonum fibrosum dextrum
trigonum fibrosum sinistrum
trigonum habenulae

Literary usage of Trigons

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1. The Harmony of the World by Johannes Kepler, E. J. Aiton, Alistair Matheson Duncan, Judith Veronica Field (1997)
"Now three trigons, fitted together at one angle, make up less than four rit ... When we make a solid an by putting three trigons together the gap which ..."

2. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Exhibiting a View of the Progressive by Robert Jameson, Sir William Jardine, Henry D Rogers (1837)
"The choice of the forms of the trigons is therefore also ... In order to obtain data for the interior trigons, either their sides or their angles must be ..."

3. The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal (1837)
"With regard, therefore, to the position of the surveying lines forming the outer boundaries of the large trigons, the surveyor's choice is very limited ..."

4. Theory and Analysis of Ornament Applied to the Work of Elementary and by Fran├žois Louis Schauermann (1892)
"The example chosen contains a lozenge of four trigons, a lozenge of two trigons, and a rectangle of two squares. This disposition has two assembled groups ..."

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