Rie·mann·ian geometry noun \rē-ˈmä-nē-ən-\
: a non-Euclidean geometry in which straight lines are geodesics and in which the parallel postulate is replaced by the postulate that every pair of straight lines intersects
Origin of RIEMANNIAN GEOMETRY
G. F. B. Riemann
First Known Use: 1896
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