Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A prolate spheroid. See Ellipsoid of revolution, under ellipsoid.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A prolate spheroid.

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Examples

  • Postquam audiverant gratum hunc sermonem BRACHMANIS ore prolatum, Dî cum duce suo Indra summopere gaudio erecti sunt.

    Ramayana. English

  • Vellem, ne ni - mia a me expedes: nullos enim libros MSS. nullas ediciones vetuftiores, fed folas Mafuicii et Emmemfii, et aliam, cujus aetas non liquet, pertradare contigit, et, fi afiquid de his rebus in operis decurfu prolatum fuerit, penes alios fides efto.

    Georgicon lib. IV

  • Hunc ex deo prolatum didicimus et prolatione generatum et idcirco filium dei et deum dictum ex unitate substantiæ, nam et deus spiritus (that is, the antemundane Logos is the

    History of Dogma, Volume 2 (of 7)

  • ▼. apud Origenem Itb, 11. con - locum a Grotio fuiffe prolatum; tra Celfnm, apud Plutarchum quamvisenim ratiocinatioduCTa Sympofiacon IX.

    De veritate religionis christianæ

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