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- pertaining to Johannes Kepler, German astronomer and mathematician. Keplerian motion Keplerian orbit Keplerian telescope of or relating to Johannes Kepler397 bytes (25 words) - 13:19, 9 December 2015
- has an article on: Kepler's equation Wikipedia Named after Johannes Kepler (1571–1630), German mathematician and astronomer. Kepler's equation (uncountable)1 KB (49 words) - 02:47, 18 January 2016
- sexangula, neuter sexangulum); first/second declension hexagonal 1611, Johannes Kepler, Strena seu De Niva Sexangula, title: De Niva Sexangula. On the Hexagonal582 bytes (61 words) - 17:27, 23 October 2015
- For Johannes Kepler German mathematician. Keplerate (plural Keplerates) (mathematics) Any structure containing both Platonic and Archimedean solids354 bytes (30 words) - 23:49, 21 January 2016
- has an article on: Kepler's laws of planetary motion Wikipedia For Johannes Kepler German mathematician and astronomer. Kepler's laws pl (plural423 bytes (40 words) - 02:47, 18 January 2016
- aliquandiu (not comparable) Coarticulated form of aliquamdiu. 1611 CE, Johannes Kepler, Strena seu de nive sexangula 21 Vergebat autem inferius deorsum radiolus529 bytes (68 words) - 02:42, 19 January 2014
- quinquangula, neuter quinquangulum); first/second declension pentagonal 1611, Johannes Kepler, Strena seu De Niva Sexangula, p. 5: Nam si casu fit, cur non aeque881 bytes (106 words) - 17:27, 23 October 2015
- first/second declension octahedral, of or pertaining to an octahedron 1611, Johannes Kepler, Strena seu De Niva Sexangula, p. 17: Nihil itague profecimus nisi882 bytes (118 words) - 17:27, 23 October 2015
- fifteen each on the sides including the corner ones. 1611 CE, Johannes Kepler, Strena seu de nive sexangula 20 Etenim si cubo adimas angulos suos1 KB (186 words) - 21:49, 25 January 2016
- septangula, neuter septangulum); first/second declension heptagonal 1611, Johannes Kepler, Strena seu De Niva Sexangula, p. 5: Nam si casu fit, cur non aeque867 bytes (106 words) - 17:27, 23 October 2015
- archetypum); first/second declension archetypical, original 1611, Johannes Kepler, Strena seu De Niva Sexangula, p. 10: Hic illi archetypus a creatore770 bytes (87 words) - 21:48, 25 January 2016
- From Johannes Kepler, German astronomer Kepler shear (uncountable) (astronomy) The effect of differential rotation speeds in the rings of Saturn284 bytes (20 words) - 23:03, 18 January 2016
- first/second declension Aesopian, of or pertaining to Aesop 1611 CE, Johannes Kepler, Strena seu de nive sexangula 19 Hanc enim in nive formatricem facultatem810 bytes (113 words) - 02:29, 23 October 2015
- round, go round, pass around, skirt I surround, encircle 1611 CE, Johannes Kepler, Strena seu de nive sexangula 22 In plano pugna, necessario igitur1 KB (153 words) - 23:40, 17 June 2015
- dodecaēdron n (genitive dodecaēdrī); second declension dodecahedron 1611, Johannes Kepler, Strena seu De Niva Sexangula, p. 23: Vidi enim Dresdae in aede Regia936 bytes (104 words) - 21:24, 26 January 2016
- (genitive animulae); first declension a small soul, spirit, life 1611 CE, Johannes Kepler, Strena seu de nive sexangula 11 Has igitur rationes materialem necessitatem1 KB (134 words) - 09:45, 20 September 2015
- H. H. for John Leigh, at Stationers Hall, OCLC 6498633, page 90: [Johannes] Kepler (the Lyncæus of the laſt Age) defines an Aſpect in this manner: Aſpectus8 KB (686 words) - 14:33, 30 January 2016
- orthogōnalis orthogōnaliter (not comparable) orthogonally 1611 CE, Johannes Kepler, Strena seu de nive sexangula 16 Illic diametri quidem duo oppositorum546 bytes (69 words) - 21:48, 25 January 2016
- Heimbach, A Roman Map Workbook, page 134 Like Copernicus and Galileo, Johannes Kepler was a renowned astronomer who wrote in Latin. For usage examples23 KB (1,142 words) - 22:21, 29 January 2016
- hypocaust. A steam room or bathing room heated from below. 1611 CE, Johannes Kepler, Strena seu de nive sexangula 13 Admonebant istae striae rei illius1 KB (123 words) - 21:49, 25 January 2016