ισοσκελής

GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

ισο- (iso-, equal) +‎ σκέλος (skélos, leg)

AdjectiveEdit

ισοσκελής (isoskelísm (feminine ισοσκελής, neuter ισοσκελές)

  1. (generally) having equal limbs or legs
  2. (finance) balanced (of ledgers, balance sheets, etc)
  3. (geometry) isosceles, having two equal sides
    Antonyms: ανισοσκελής (anisoskelís), σκαληνός (skalinós)
    Coordinate terms: ισόπλευρος (isóplevros) (equilateral), ανισογώνιος (anisogónios) (equal angles)

DeclensionEdit