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# Definition of figural. Meaning of figural. Synonyms of figural

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## Definition of figural

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Figurate Fig"ur*ate, a. [L. figuratus, p. p. of figurare. See Figure.] 1. Of a definite form or figure. Plants are all figurate and determinate, which inanimate bodies are not. --Bacon. 2. Figurative; metaphorical. [Obs.] --Bale. 3. (Mus.) Florid; figurative; involving passing discords by the freer melodic movement of one or more parts or voices in the harmony; as, figurate counterpoint or descant. Figurate counterpoint or descant (Mus.), that which is not simple, or in which the parts do not move together tone for tone, but in which freer movement of one or more parts mingles passing discords with the harmony; -- called also figural, figurative, and figured counterpoint or descant (although the term figured is more commonly applied to a bass with numerals written above or below to indicate the other notes of the harmony). Figurate numbers (Math.), numbers, or series of numbers, formed from any arithmetical progression in which the first term is a unit, and the difference a whole number, by taking the first term, and the sums of the first two, first three, first four, etc., as the successive terms of a new series, from which another may be formed in the same manner, and so on, the numbers in the resulting series being such that points representing them are capable of symmetrical arrangement in different geometrical figures, as triangles, squares, pentagons, etc. Note: In the following example, the two lower lines are composed of figurate numbers, those in the second line being triangular, and represented thus: -- . 1, 2, 3, 4, etc. . . . 1, 3, 6, 10, etc. . . . . . . . etc. 1, 4, 10, 20, etc . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figural
Figural Fig"ur*al, a. [From Figure.] 1. Represented by figure or delineation; consisting of figures; as, figural ornaments. --Sir T. Browne. 2. (Mus.) Figurate. See Figurate. Figural numbers. See Figurate numbers, under Figurate.

## Meaning of figural from wikipedia

- Figure may refer to: A shape, drawing, depiction, or geometric configuration Figure (wood), wood appearance Figure (music), distinguished from musical...
- recyclable after being used. Some cremation urns have been made out of wood. A Figural urn is a style of vase or larger container where the basic urn shape, of...
- Figure skating is a sport in which individuals, pairs, or groups perform on figure skates on ice. It was the first winter sport to be included in the Olympic...
- that generates figural matrices. A study which identified sources of measurement bias related to response elimination strategies for figural matrix items...
- figurate number were discussed in the 16th and 17th centuries under the name "figural number". In historical works about Gr**** mathematics the preferred term...
- progressions. The Figural Reasoning category is made up of four question types: Figural Cl****ification, Figural Analogies, Pattern Matrix, and Figural Series. This...
- Figuring is the process of final polishing of an optical surface to remove imperfections or modify the surface curvature to achieve the shape required...
- Unciala (1945, Oldřich Menhart) Drynkov (K. Drynkov) Empiriana (1920) Figural (Oldřich Menhart) Garamond (1959, Stanislav Marso) Kalab (Method Kalab)...
- Armitage 2015, p. 86. Armitage, Natalie (2015). "European and African Figural Ritual Magic: The Beginnings of the Voodoo Doll Myth". In Ceri Houlbrook;...
- Figuration may refer to: In cl****ical music, the use of repetitive patterns; see Figure Figurative art, artwork that is derived from real object sources...