rhomb

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noun \ˈräm(b)\

Definition of rhomb

plural

rhombs

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Origin and Etymology of rhomb

Medieval French rhombe, from Latin rhombus


First Known Use: circa 1578

Other Mathematics and Statistics Terms


rhomb-

combining form
variants: or

rhombo-

Definition of rhomb-

  1. :  rhombus rhombencephalon

Origin and Etymology of rhomb-

New Latin, from Greek rhombos

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