I.the hypothenuse, Hyg. de Limit. p. 176 Goes. Boëth. Art. Geom. p. 408, 20.—Hence, hy-pŏtēnūsālis , e, adj., of or belonging to the hypothenuse, Boëth. Art. Geom. p. 412, 5 al.
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