Orthodiagonal
Orthodiagonal Or`tho*di*ag"o*nal, n. [Ortho- + diagonal.] (Crystallog.) The diagonal or lateral axis in a monoclinic crystal which is at right angles with the vertical axis. [1913 Webster]

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• orthodiagonal — or·tho·diagonal …   English syllables

• orthodiagonal — |ȯ(r)(ˌ)thō+ noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary orth + diagonal : orthoaxis * * * orthodiagˈonal noun (in a monoclinic crystal) that lateral axis which is perpendicular to the vertical axis • • • Main Entry: ↑ortho …   Useful english dictionary

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