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*adjective:*- becoming the sum of the two outlines commensurable only in power (like the part and diagonal of a square).

- put on a line the sum of two lines commensurable only in power (due to the fact part and diagonal of a square).
- Being the sum of two lines commensurable only in energy (including the part and diagonal of a square).
- put on a line which is the amount of two lines commensurable just in power (given that side and diagonal of a square).

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*noun:*- In anc. math., a line compounded of two medials.

- In anc. math., a line compounded of two medials.

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