intercardinal

intercardinal
  a.,n. (point) half-way between two cardinal points of compass.

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  • intercardinal — INTERCARDINÁL, intercardinale, adj. (În sintagma) Punct intercardinal = fiecare dintre cele patru direcţii aflate între punctele cardinale principale, care servesc la determinarea mai precisă a unui punct de pe glob. – Din engl. intercardinal.… …   Dicționar Român

  • intercardinal — I. “+ noun Etymology: inter + cardinal : an intercardinal point of the compass intercardinals are four points from the cardinals and eight points from one another H.A.Calahan II. adjective : lying midway between the cardinal points intercardinal… …   Useful english dictionary

  • intercardinal — adj. * * * …   Universalium

  • intercardinal — adjective Between the cardinal directions, as for example southwest between south and west …   Wiktionary

  • intercardinal — in·ter·cardinal …   English syllables

  • intercardinal point — /in teuhr kahr dn l, in / any of the four points of the compass midway between the cardinal points; northeast, southeast, southwest, or northwest. [1905 10; INTER + CARDINAL] * * * …   Universalium

  • intercardinal direction — noun Any of the four intermediate compass directions located halfway between the cardinal directions northeast, southeast, southwest and northwest. Syn: ordinal direction …   Wiktionary

  • intercardinal point — Any of the four directions midway between the cardinal points; northeast, southeast, southwest, or northwest. See also cardinal points …   Aviation dictionary

  • intercardinal point — /in teuhr kahr dn l, in / any of the four points of the compass midway between the cardinal points; northeast, southeast, southwest, or northwest. [1905 10; INTER + CARDINAL] …   Useful english dictionary

  • Cardinal direction — Cardinal point redirects here. For other uses of the term, see Cardinal point (disambiguation). A compass rose showing the four cardinal directions, the four ordinal directions, plus eight further divisions. The four cardinal directions or… …   Wikipedia

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