noun ret·i·cle \ˈre-ti-kəl\

Definition of RETICLE

:  a scale on transparent material (as in an optical instrument) used especially for measuring or aiming

Origin of RETICLE

Latin reticulum small net
First Known Use: circa 1731

Rhymes with RETICLE


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