Trigon

The trigon was an ancient triangular harp. Probably of Assyrian origin, it was adopted by the Egyptians who frequently represented it in their mural paintings. The wooden frame often had only two sides, the third being formed by the longest string. The instrument was placed under the arm or on the shoulder when played. Trigons were in use as late a
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Trigon

(Latin) a ball to play with.
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trigon

1. A figure having three angles; a triangle. ... 2. <astronomy> A division consisting of three signs. Trine, an aspect of two planets distant 120 degrees from each other. ... 3. A kind of triangular lyre or harp. A kind of game at ball played by three persons standing at the angular points of a triangle. ... Origin: L. Trigonum, Gr.; (see Tri
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trigon

noun a triangular lyre of ancient Greece and Rome
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Trigon

• (n.) The cutting region of the crown of an upper molar, usually the anterior part. That of a lower molar is the Tri`go*nid (/). • (n.) A figure having three angles; a triangle. • (n.) Trine, an aspect of two planets distant 120 degrees from each other. • (n.) A division consisting of three signs. • (n.) A kind of triangul
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trigon

trigon 1. A figure having three angles and three sides; a triangle. 2. A set of three signs of the zodiac, distant 120 degrees from each other, as if at the angles of an equilateral triangle.
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Trigon

The three member signs of a triplicity. Also used as an alternate term for grand trine. See also gra
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trigon

ancient Greek triangular harp
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