æquate

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æquate (third-person singular simple present æquates, present participle æquating, simple past and past participle æquated)

  1. obsolete spelling of equate
    • 1672, John Gadbury, Ephemerides of the Celestial Motions; Chapter IV, page 39:
      Then to find his hourly Motion, enter the Table on the head with his Diurnal Motion, and the ſide row with the time of the Day you would æquate his place unto, and in the Angle of meeting you have your deſires; where note, that if you enter with Degrees , you will be anſwered with Degrees, if with Minutes, Minutes, &c.