[ahy-suh-rith-uh m] /ˈaɪ səˌrɪð əm/
a structural feature characteristic of the Ars Nova motet, consisting of a single rhythmic phrase pattern repeated, usually in the tenor, throughout the composition.
(music) (of medieval motets) having a cantus firmus that is repeated according to a strict system of internal reiterated note values
isorrhea i·sor·rhe·a (ī’sə-rē’ə) n. A state of physiological equilibrium between the intake and output of water and solutes.
- Isosbestic point
isosbestic point i·sos·bes·tic point (ī’səs-běs’tĭk) n. A spectroscopic wavelength at which the absorbance of two substances, one of which can be converted into the other, is the same.
[ahy-sos-uh-leez] /aɪˈsɒs əˌliz/ adjective 1. (of a straight-sided plane figure) having two sides equal: an isosceles triangle; an isosceles trapezoid. /aɪˈsɒsɪˌliːz/ adjective 1. (of a triangle) having two sides of equal length 2. (of a trapezium) having the two nonparallel sides of equal length adj. “having two equal sides,” 1550s, from Late Latin isosceles, from […]
[ahy-suh-sahyz-mik, -sahys-] /ˌaɪ səˈsaɪz mɪk, -ˈsaɪs-/ adjective, Geology. 1. noting or pertaining to equal intensity of earthquake shock. 2. noting or pertaining to an imaginary line on the earth’s surface connecting points characterized by such intensity. noun 3. an isoseismic line. /ˌaɪsəʊˈsaɪzməl/ adjective 1. of or relating to equal intensity of earthquake shock noun 2. […]