rhomboid, rom′boid, n. a figure of the form of a rhomb: a quadrilateral figure having only its opposite sides and angles equal.
It consisted of five magnetic needles, ranged side by side on a horizontal line that formed the diameter of a rhomb.
The opposite face of the rhomb, from which issue the polarized, ordinary, and extraordinary rays.
Let this rhomb be cut along the plane b c; and the two severed surfaces, after having been polished, reunited by Canada balsam.
B is silent when it follows m in the same syllable; as in lamb, &c. except in accumb, rhomb, and succumb.
Why did this pillow have to be placed so as to form a rhomb; and why did the girl's head have to rest exactly upon the diagonal?
rhombo- or rhomb-