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radii

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radii

  1. plural form of radius
    • 1767, Richard Helsham and Bryan Robinson, A Course of Lectures in Natural Philosophy, page 31
      Now the centrifugal forces of bodies revolving in the ſame time in different circles being to one another as the radii of the circles (as ſhall be ſhewn when I come to treat of thoſe forces) it follows that the centrifugal force muſt be greateſt at the æquator, and thence be continually diminished towards the poles.

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radii (present radias, past radiis, future radios, conditional radius, volitive radiu)

  1. to radiate

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radii

  1. plural form of radio

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radiī

  1. nominative plural of radius
  2. genitive singular of radius
  3. vocative plural of radius
  4. genitive singular of radium