romboide

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Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

rombo +‎ -oide

Noun[edit]

romboide m ‎(plural romboidi)

  1. (geometry, anatomy) rhomboid

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Noun[edit]

romboide m (plural romboides)

  1. (geometry) rhomboid (parallelogram which is neither a rhombus nor a rectangle)

Spanish[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Late Latin rhomboides, from Ancient Greek ῥομβοειδής ‎(rhomboeidḗs), from ῥόμβος ‎(rhómbos) "rhombus" + εἶδος ‎(eîdos) "shape".

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Noun[edit]

romboide m ‎(plural romboides)

  1. (geometry) rhomboid

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