Globoid meaning

glō'boid'
Having a globelike shape; spheroid.
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A globe-shaped object.
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Shaped somewhat like a globe or ball.
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Anything globoid.
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(mathematics) A spherical representation or projection of a sphere or ellipsoid.

A globoid is always round.

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Mathematical connotation of globe.

Pictures of planets and moons are usually presented as globoids.

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(mathematics) Of, or pertaining to, a globe.

It's presented in globoid form.

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Origin of globoid

  • From Latin globus, Old French globe + Ancient Greek εἶδος (eidos, “form, likeness”).
    From Wiktionary