Umbra-recta Definition

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Origin of Umbra-recta

  • First attested in Modern English in 1688, although the phrase was also used in Middle English by Geoffrey Chaucer (c. 1343–1400) in his Treatise on the Astrolabe; Latin: umbra (“shadow”) + rēcta (feminine nominative singular of rēctus, “straight”) = “straight shadow”; compare umbra versa.

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