trident

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From Latin tridēns, from trēs (three) + dēns (tooth).

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trident (plural tridents)

  1. A three-pronged spear somewhat resembling a pitchfork.
    Poseidon's trident
  2. (geometry) A curve of third order, having three infinite branches in one direction and a fourth infinite branch in the opposite direction.

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin tridēns.

Noun[edit]

trident m (plural tridents)

  1. trident

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Noun[edit]

trident m (plural tridents)

  1. trident