[kong-groo-uh nt, kuh n-groo-, kuh ng-] /ˈkɒŋ gru ənt, kənˈgru-, kəŋ-/
agreeing; accordant; congruous.
Mathematics. of or relating to two numbers related by a .
Geometry. coinciding at all points when superimposed:
agreeing; corresponding; congruous
having identical shapes so that all parts correspond: congruent triangles Compare similar (sense 2)
of or concerning two integers related by a congruence
early 15c., “suitable, proper,” from Latin congruentem (nominative congruens) “agreeing, fit, suitable,” present participle of congruere, literally “to come together, agree, correspond with,” from com- “with” (see com-) + a lost verb *gruere, *ruere “fall, rush,” perhaps from PIE *ghrei- “to rub, grind” (see chrism). Geometry sense attested by 1706.
Relating to geometric figures that have the same size and shape. Two triangles are congruent, for example, if their sides are of the same length and their internal angles are of the same measure.
[kuh n-groo-i-tee, kon-, kuh ng-, kong-] /kənˈgru ɪ ti, kɒn-, kəŋ-, kɒŋ-/ noun, plural congruities. 1. the state or quality of being ; harmony; appropriateness: a congruity of ideas. 2. the state or quality of being geometrically congruent. 3. a point of agreement. 4. Scholasticism. merit bestowed as a divine gift rather than earned. n. […]
[kong-groo-uh s] /ˈkɒŋ gru əs/ adjective 1. exhibiting harmony of parts. 2. appropriate or fitting. /ˈkɒŋɡrʊəs/ adjective 1. corresponding or agreeing 2. suitable; appropriate adj. c.1600, from Latin stem congru- (see congruent) + -ous.
- Congruous hemianopsia
congruous hemianopsia con·gru·ous hemianopsia (kŏng’grōō-əs) n. Hemianopsia in which the defects in the visual field of each eye are symmetrical in every respect.
[kong] /kɒŋ/ noun 1. Informal. .