Definición de colure en inglés:

colure

Saltos de línea: col¦ure
Pronunciación: /kəˈljʊə
 
/

sustantivo

Astronomy
Either of two great circles intersecting at right angles at the celestial poles and passing through the ecliptic at either the equinoxes or the solstices.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Two great circles, the solstitial colure and the equinoctial colure, intersect at the celestial poles.
  • The four crossbars, or rungs of the ladder, are the four colures, which come together at the pole.
  • The relative precision of the constellations, the path of the Milky Way, and information on the parallels and colures is therefore even more remarkable.

Origen

late Middle English: from late Latin coluri (plural), from Greek kolourai (grammai) 'truncated (lines)', from kolouros 'truncated', so named because the lower part is permanently cut off from view.

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