An angle is defined as a figure that is formed from two lines that meet at a common place.(noun)
The sides of a triangle are examples of lines that form an angle.
See angle in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME & OFr < L angulus, a corner, angle < Gr ankylos, bent, crooked: see ankle
Origin: L Angli < PGmc source of OE Angle, Ængle, the Angles < Angel, Angul, district in Holstein, lit., hook (see angle): so named from its shape
See angle in American Heritage Dictionary 4
intransitive verb an·gled, an·gling, an·gles
Origin: Middle English anglen
Origin: , from angel, fishhook
Origin: , from Old English.
Origin: Middle English
Origin: , from Old French
Origin: , from Latin angulus.
Origin: From Latin Anglī, the Angles
Origin: , of Germanic origin.
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