Crossword clues for sine
sine
 Cosecant's opposite
 Calculator function
  qua non
 Word before wave or curve
 Wave of interest in math?
 Type of function in trigonometry
 Trigonometry curve
 It's .5 for a 30degree angle
 Geometric ratio
 Angle function
 "__ invidia" (unenvied: Lat.)
 ___ wave (trigonometry plot)
 Ycoordinate on the unit circle
 Word with wave or curve
 Word with curve or wave
 Without: L
 Wavy math function
 Wave to a math teacher?
 Wave that can't be ridden
 Wave in math class
 Trigonometry wave
 Trigonometry figure
 Trigonometry class calculation
 Trig reciprocal
 Trig curve
 Trig class ratio
 Triangle relationship
 Term in math
 Sort of curve
 Simple wave shape
 Rightangle ratio
 Ratio in trig class
 Periodic wave to your math teacher?
 Oscilloscope wave
 Oppositetohypotenuse ratio
 Opposite over hypotenuse, for a right triangle
 Mathematics ratio
 Math wave
 Math curve
 Math class ratio
 Maker of waves
 Latin's lacking
 Kind of wave in trig
 It's 1, for a 90degree angle
 It's 1 for a right angle
 It's 1 for a 90degree angle
 It's 1 for 90ø
 It's 1 for 90°
 Graphing calculator function
 Geometry function
 Function yielding 0 when applied to pi
 Function with a wave
 Function of a math class
 Function named from the Latin for "curve"
 Function associated with oscillation
 Curve in calculus
 Calculus class function
 Calculation done on radians
 Basic trig ratio
 0.5, for 150°
 0, for 180°
 0, for 0 degrees
 "Math puns are the first ____ of madness" (math pun)
 "__ nomine" (nameless: Lat.)
 "__ forma" (amorphous: Lat.)
  "qua non"
 ____ qua non
 ____ die: indefinite
 ____ die
 ___ wave (trigonometry phrase)
 ___ wave (music genre that's just you hit a tuning fork once)
 ___ wave (mathematical curve)
 ___ qua non (essential element)
 ___ qua non (a prerequisite)
 ___ prole (without offspring)
 __ nomine (anonymous: Lat.)
 __ anno (date unknown, in bibliographies)
 Evil girl without a date
 With no time set to resume, behave badly with drug, then finish
 Tangent's cousin
 Trig function used to model light waves
 Kind of wave or curve
 Ratio of AB to BC, say
 Kind of curve, in math
 ___qua non
 Fourier series function
 ___ qua non (necessity)
 Trig figure
 Trig ratio
 Math ratio
 It ranges from 1 to +1
 Cosecant's reciprocal, in trigonometry
 Opposite leg divided by the hypotenuse
 Trigonometry term
 ___ mora (without delay, in Latin)
 ___ wave (type of mathematical curve)
 Trig term
 ___ function
 0, for 180 degrees
 Right triangle figure
 It has a period of 2(pi)
 Periodic function
 Reciprocal of 12Down
 0.5, for 150В°
 ___ die
 Wave creator
 It has a reciprocal function
 0.5, for 30 degrees
 It's between 1 and +1
 It makes a wave
 It's 1 for 90В°
 ___ wave (oscilloscope output)
 Ratio of the opposite side to the hypotenuse
 Without: Lat.
 Type of curve
 Trig word
 Trigonometric function
 ___ curve, in math
 Trigonometric term
 Autograph a math curve?
 Triangle ratio
 Tangent's relative
 Righttriangle ratio
 Geometry word
 Trigonometric ratio
 Trigonometry function
 Math term from the Latin for "curve"
 Geometer's term
 Mathematical ratio
 Angle ratio
 Function, in trig
 ___ prole (childless)
 Math function related to tangent
 Trigonometrical function
 Math word
 Without function
 Function popular when visiting the Home Counties
 Function popular in the Home Counties
 Function of wickedness? Evil primarily!
 Like a cold seat on the gravy train?
 Big wave
 Duty beyond member in retirement, not having kids
 Trig. function
 __ qua non
 Trigonometry ratio
 __ wave
 It makes waves
 Wave type
 Trig topic
 Trig calculation
 Ratio involving a hypotenuse
 Without: Latin
 Scientific calculator function
 Wave producer?
 Cosecant reciprocal
 Latin preposition
 Geometric function
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Sine \Si"ne\, prep. [L.] Without.
Sine \Sine\, n. [LL. sinus a sine, L. sinus bosom, used in translating the Ar. jaib, properly, bosom, but probably read by mistake (the consonants being the same) for an original j[=i]ba sine, from Skr. j[=i]va bowstring, chord of an arc, sine.] (Trig.)
The length of a perpendicular drawn from one extremity of an arc of a circle to the diameter drawn through the other extremity.

The perpendicular itself. See Sine of angle, below.
Artificial sines, logarithms of the natural sines, or logarithmic sines.
Curve of sines. See Sinusoid.
Natural sines, the decimals expressing the values of the sines, the radius being unity.
Sine of an angle, in a circle whose radius is unity, the sine of the arc that measures the angle; in a rightangled triangle, the side opposite the given angle divided by the hypotenuse. See Trigonometrical function, under Function.
Versed sine, that part of the diameter between the sine and the arc.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
trigonometric function, 1590s (in Thomas Fale's "Horologiographia, the Art of Dialling"), from Latin sinus "fold in a garment, bend, curve, bosom" (see sinus). Used mid12c. by Gherardo of Cremona in Medieval Latin translation of Arabic geometrical text to render Arabic jiba "chord of an arc, sine" (from Sanskrit jya "bowstring"), which he confused with jaib "bundle, bosom, fold in a garment."
Wiktionary
n. (context trigonometry mathematics English) In a right triangle, the ratio of the length of the side opposite an angle to the length of the hypotenuse.
WordNet
n. ratio of the opposite side to the hypotenuse of a rightangled triangle [syn: sin]
Wikipedia
Sine is a trigonometric function.
Sine may also refer to:
 Siné, Maurice Sinet, a French cartoonist
 Sinë, village in Albania
 Sine FM, a community radio station based in Doncaster, South Yorkshire
 Sanandaj, a city in Iranian Kurdistan
 Kingdom of Sine, a former kingdom in modern Senegal
 Short interspersed elements (SINEs) short DNA sequences in eukaryote genomes
 Sine bar
 Sine, an album by C418
Maurice Sinet (31 December 1928 – 5 May 2016), known professionally as Siné, was a French political cartoonist. His work is noted for its anticapitalism, anticlericalism, anticolonialism, and anarchism.
Sinë , is a small village in the Dibër County, in Albania. At the 2015 local government reform it became part of the municipality Dibër.
Usage examples of "sine".
Ciceronem populumque Romanum animo, ut nihil nisi hiberna recusent atque hanc inveterascere consuetudinem nolint: licere illis incolumibus per se ex hibernis discedere et quascumque in partes velint sine metu proficisci.
The headings of the columns of these tables gave the Lunarian symbols for sine, cosine, tangent, and the like.
Erat autem oppidanis difficilis et praeruptus eo descensus, ut prohibentibus nostris sine vulneribus ac periculo vitae neque adire flumen neque arduo se recipere possent ascensu.
Itaque cum copiis ad eundem pontem contendit equitatumque tantum procedere ante agmen imperat legionum, quantum cum processisset, sine defatigatione equorum in eadem se reciperet castra.
Mytulus, et viles pellent, obstantia conchae, Et Lapathi brevis herba, sed albo non sine Coo.
Postremo quis hoc sibi persuaderet, sine certa re Ambiorigem ad eiusmodi consilium descendisse?
Caesar, cum animadverteret hostem complures dies castris palude et loci natura munitis se tenere neque oppugnari castra eorum sine dimicatione perniciosa nec locum munitionibus claudi nisi a maiore exercitu posse, litteras ad Trebonium mittit, ut quam celerrime posset legionem XIII, quae cum T.
Exposuit quid iniquitas loci posset, quid ipse ad Avaricum sensisset, cum sine duce et sine equitatu deprehensis hostibus exploratam victoriam dimisisset, ne parvum modo detrimentum in contentione propter iniquitatem loci accideret.
Caesar, cum animadverteret hostem complures dies castris palude et loci natura munitis se tenere neque oppugnari castra eorum sine dimicatione perniciosa nec locum munitionibus claudi nisi a maiore exercitu posse, litteras ad Trebonium mittit, ut quam celerrime posset legionem XIlI, quae cum T.
Ita fuga timoris simul calliditatisque plena sine ullo detrimento milia non amplius decem progressi hostes loco munitissimo castra posuerunt.
Omnia excogitantur, quare nec sine periculo maneatur, et languore militulr et vigilus periculum augeatur.
At Drappes unaque Lucterius, cum legiones Caniniumque adesse cognoscerent nec se sine certa pernicie persequente exercitu putarent provinciae fines intrare posse nec iam libere vagandi latrociniorumque faciendorum facultatem haberent, in finibus consistunt Cadurcorum.
Ex ea cum tela tormentis iacerentur ad fontis aditum, nec sine periculo possent aquari oppidani, non tantum pecora atque iumenta, sed etiam magna hostium multitudo siti consumebatur.
Tali condicione proposita Bituriges, cum sibi viderent clementia Caesaris reditum patere in eius amicitiam finitimasque civitates sine ulla poena dedisse obsides atque in fidem receptas esse, idem fecerunt.
In this form it states that a ray of light in transition between two media of different densities is refracted at their boundary surface so that the ratio of the angle which is formed by the ray in either medium with a line at right angles to the boundary surface is such that the quotient of the sines of both angles is for these media a constant factor.