trigon.


trigon.
1. trigonometric.
2. trigonometrical.
3. trigonometry.

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tri|gon «TRY gon», noun.
1. in astrology: a) a set of three signs of the zodiac, distant 120 degrees from each other, as if at the angles of an equilateral triangle; triplicity. b) the aspect of two planets distant 120 degrees from each other; trine.
2. = trigonon. (Cf.trigonon)
3. = triangle. (Cf.triangle)
[< Latin trigōnum < Greek trígōnon triangle < tri- three + gōnos angled < gōníā angle]
trigon.,
1. trigonometric.
2. trigonometry.

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abbr.
trigonometric
trigonometrical
trigonometry

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