Or why the Noble Antoninus in some sence doth call the soul it self a rhombus?
What is it about the rhombus, pa, and when am I to read Juvenal?
When these notes are represented on the combined staffs with the counters, the resulting design is a rhombus.
The rhombus maximus (Cuvier), said to be the best, and excepting the halibut, the largest of our flat fishes.
They are in fact the duplicates, on a small scale, of the rhombus, already described.
The Turbot, rhombus maximus (Fig. 371), resembles in its general form a lozenge, whence its name of rhombus.
Of two cones of one common base is made Archimede's rhombus, as here, whose geodsy shall be cut of two cones.
Three forms of the rhombus have come under my own observation, each and all apparently connected in symbolism with the lightning.
The triangles of the rhombus are different, for they are divided by opposite diagonal lines.
The Apache name for the rhombus is tzi-ditindi, the "sounding wood."
1560s, from Late Latin rhombus, from Greek rhombos "rhombus, rhomb, lozenge; spinning top, maghic wheel used by sorcerers; a spinning motion," from rhembesthai "to spin, whirl," from PIE *wrembh-, from *werbh- "to turn, twist, bend" (cf. Old English weorpan "to throw away"), from root *wer- (3) "to turn, bend" (see versus).