An orthographic projection associated with world regarding plane of meridian the attention becoming expected at an infinite length plus in the eastern or west point of horizon
- An orthographic projection for the sphere on the airplane of the meridian, the attention being supposed at a limitless distance, as well as in the east or west point for the horizon.
- a musical instrument of wood or metal, on which this projection of this world is made, having a movable horizon or cursor; -- previously much used in resolving some traditional astronomical dilemmas.
- A scale of the sun's declination per day's the year, attracted throughout the torrid area on an artificial terrestrial globe.
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1650s, from Latin analemma "the pedestal of a sundial," for this reason the sundial itself, from Greek analemma "prop, assistance," from analambanein "to receive, use, restore," from ana- "up" (see ana-) + lambanein "to just take," from PIE root *(s)lagw- "to seize, take" (cognates: Sanskrit labhate, rabhate "seizes;" Old English l
(letter.) An orthographic projection for the world on the airplane regarding the meridian, a person's eye becoming expected at an infinite length, and in the eastern or west point of horizon.
- (n.) A guitar of wood or brass, on which this projection of this world is created, having a movable horizon or cursor; -- previously much used in resolving some typically common astronomical problems.
- (letter.) A scale of sunshine's declination per day's the season, attracted across the torrid zone on an artificial terrestrial world.