Oxygon

Ox'y·gon noun [ Greek ............ sharp + ......... an angle: confer French oxygone .] (Geom.) A triangle having three acute angles.
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oxygon

<geometry> A triangle having three acute angles. ... Origin: Gr. Sharp + an angle: cf.F. Oxygone. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Oxygon

• (n.) A triangle having three acute angles.
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oxygon

oxygon Having acute angles; acute-angled.
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Oxygon

In geometry, an oxygon is a triangle having three acute angles.
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