# Emily Dickinson Lexicon

## Definition for E-QUI-AN'GU-LAR

E-QUI-AN'GU-LAR, a. [L. *æquus*, equal, and *angulus*, an angle.]

In geometry, consisting of or having equal angles; an epithet given to figures whose angles are all equal, such as a square, an equilateral triangle, a parallelogram, &c.

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