isogonic

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Etymology[edit]

From isogon +‎ -ic.

Adjective[edit]

isogonic (comparative more isogonic, superlative most isogonic)

  1. (cartography, navigation) Describing imaginary lines connecting points on the earth's surface of identical magnetic declination.
  2. (geometry) Having equal angles.

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