Interangular

angular

[ang-gyuh-ler]
adjective
1.
having an angle or angles.
2.
consisting of, situated at, or forming an angle.
3.
of, pertaining to, or measured by an angle.
4.
Physics. pertaining to quantities related to a revolving body that are measured in reference to its axis of revolution.
5.
bony, lean, or gaunt: a tall, angular man.
6.
acting or moving awkwardly.
7.
stiff in manner; unbending.
Also, angulose, angulous.


Origin:
1590–1600; < Latin angulāris having corners or angles, equivalent to angul(us) angle1 + -āris -ar1

angularly, adverb
angularness, noun
interangular, adjective
semiangular, adjective
subangular, adjective
subangularly, adverb
subangularness, noun
unangular, adjective
unangularly, adverb
unangularness, noun


1. curved. 5. rotund. 6. graceful.
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angular (ˈæŋɡjʊlə)
 
adj
1.  lean or bony
2.  awkward or stiff in manner or movement
3.  having an angle or angles
4.  placed at an angle
5.  measured by an angle or by the rate at which an angle changes
 
[C15: from Latin angulāris, from angulusangle1]
 
'angularly
 
adv
 
'angularness
 
n

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angular
1590s, from L. angularis "having corners or angles," from angulus (see angle (n.)).
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