latitudinally

latitudinal

[lat-i-tood-n-l, -tyood-]
adjective
of or pertaining to latitude.

Origin:
1535–45; < Latin lātitūdin- (stem of lātitūdō) latitude + -al1

latitudinally, adverb
interlatitudinal, adjective
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latitude (ˈlætɪˌtjuːd)
 
n
1.  a.  an angular distance in degrees north or south of the equator (latitude 0°), equal to the angle subtended at the centre of the globe by the meridian between the equator and the point in question
 b.  (often plural) See longitude a region considered with regard to its distance from the equator
2.  scope for freedom of action, thought, etc; freedom from restriction: his parents gave him a great deal of latitude
3.  photog the range of exposure over which a photographic emulsion gives an acceptable negative
4.  astronomy See celestial latitude
 
[C14: from Latin lātitūdō, from lātus broad]
 
lati'tudinal
 
adj
 
lati'tudinally
 
adv

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