Definition of Trisceles

1. triscele [n] - See also: triscele



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trisceles

triradicals
triradius
trirectangular
trireme
triremes
trirhomboidal
tris(hydroxymethyl)aminomethane
tris(hydroxymethyl)methylamine
tris-
trisaccharide
trisaccharides
trisacramentarian
trisagion
trisaturated
triscele
trisceles (current term)
trisect
trisected
trisecting
trisection
trisections
trisector
trisectors
trisects
triselenide
triselenides
triseme
trisemes
trisemic
trisensory

Literary usage of Trisceles

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1. Medical Jurisprudence by Alfred Swaine Taylor (1858)
"The trisceles monster, in which the third leg was a fusion of two legs, was exhibited in London in 1846. (See Med. Gaz. xxxvii. 619. ..."

2. Zeitschrift für Ethnologie by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Völkerkunde (1886)
"sei im guten Lateinisch nie gebraucht worden; spätere Leute ohne Autorität (wie Hygin fabulae 276 und Isidor) sagen trisceles oder ..."

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