[kuh n-groo-i-tee, kon-, kuh ng-, kong-] /kənˈgru ɪ ti, kɒn-, kəŋ-, kɒŋ-/
noun, plural congruities.
the state or quality of being ; harmony; appropriateness:
a congruity of ideas.
the state or quality of being geometrically congruent.
a point of agreement.
Scholasticism. merit bestowed as a divine gift rather than earned.
late 14c., from Old French congruité “relevance, appropriateness,” from Late Latin congruitatem (nominative congruens) “agreement,” from congruus (see congruent).
[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. .
[kon-ik] /ˈkɒn ɪk/ adjective 1. Also, conical. having the form of, resembling, or pertaining to a . noun 2. Geometry. . /ˈkɒnɪk/ adjective 1. noun 2. another name for conic section adj. 1560s, “pertaining to a cone,” from Latin conicus, from Greek konikos “cone-shaped,” from konos (see cone). [“Dynamic Configuration for Distributed Systems”, J. Kramer […]