HEIGHT

, the third dimension of a body, considered with regard to its elevation above the ground.

Height, of a figure, the same as its altitude, being the perpendicular from its vertex to the base.

Height of the Pole, &c. See Altitude of the Pole, &c.

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Entry taken from A Mathematical and Philosophical Dictionary, by Charles Hutton, 1796.

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HAYES (Charles, Esq.)
HEAT
HEAVEN
HEAVINESS
HEGIRA
* HEIGHT
HELIACAL
HELIOCOMETES
HELIOMETER
HELIOSCOPE
HELIOSTATA