noun, plural tractrices [trak-trahy-seez, trak-truh-seez] . Geometry.
a curve whose tangents are all of equal length; the involute of a catenary.

1720–30; < Neo-Latin, equivalent to Latin trac-, variant stem of trahere to draw, pull + -trīx -trix Unabridged
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