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.
  3. (zoology) Exhibiting, or relating to, isogonism.

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Noun[edit]

isogonic (plural isogonics)

  1. (cartography, navigation) A line connecting points on the Earth's surface whose magnetic declination is identical.