[as-uh-nawr-uh m, -nohr-] /ˌæs əˈnɔr əm, -ˈnoʊr-/
a geometric proposition that if a triangle has two of its sides equal, the angles opposite these sides are also equal: so named from the difficulty experienced by beginners in mastering it. Euclid, 1:5.
the geometric proposition that the angles opposite the two equal sides of an isosceles triangle are equal
[pon-sel] /pɒnˈsɛl/ noun 1. Rosa (Melba) 1897–1981, U.S. soprano.
[vuh-roh-lee-ahy] /vəˈroʊ liˌaɪ/ noun, plural pontes Varolii. 1. (def 1). /vəˈrəʊlɪˌaɪ/ noun (pl) pontes Varolii (ˈpɒntiːz) 1. a broad white band of connecting nerve fibres that bridges the hemispheres of the cerebellum in mammals Sometimes shortened to pons pons Varolii pons Va·ro·li·i (və-rō’lē-ī’) n. A band of nerve fibers on the ventral surface of the […]
/pɒnt/ noun 1. (in South Africa) a river ferry, esp one that is guided by a cable from one bank to the other
[Portuguese pawn-tuh del-gah-duh] /Portuguese ˈpɔ̃ tə dɛlˈgɑ də/ noun 1. a seaport on SW São Miguel island, in the E Azores. /Portuguese ˈpontə ðɛlˈɡaðə/ noun 1. a port in the E Azores, on S São Miguel Island: chief commercial centre of the archipelago. Pop: 65 853 (2001)