Angular distance in the earth's surface, measured east or west through the prime meridian at Greenwich, The united kingdomt, into the meridian driving through a situation, expressed in levels (or hours), minutes, and seconds.
Angular length calculated west or east of prime meridian.
Any imaginary line perpendicular towards equator and part of outstanding group moving through North Pole and South Pole.
Length; measure or distance over the longest line; -- distinguished from breadth or width; ; uncommon today, except in a humorous sense.
The arc or portion of the equator intersected involving the meridian of confirmed place and meridian of other place from which longitude is reckoned, as from Greenwich, England, or sometimes from money of a country, as from Washington or Paris. The longitude of a place is expressed either in degrees or perhaps in time
the length in levels, reckoned from the vernal equinox, in the ecliptic, to a circle at right angles on ecliptic moving through the heavenly body whoever longitude is designated.
Length; measure along the longest line.
In location, the angle at the pole contained between two meridians, certainly one of which, labeled as the first or prime meridian, passes through some main-stream point where the angle is assessed.
In astronomy, the arc of ecliptic calculated eastward from vernal equinoctial point to the root of the circle of latitude attracted through object, as a star or other point on the world whose position is within question. See group of latitudes, under group.
the angular length between a place on any meridian in addition to prime meridian at Greenwich