equalize |
to make of equal value to. [2 definitions] |

equally |
in an equal or like manner. [2 definitions] |

equal rights |
the same rights for all people. |

Equal Rights Amendment |
a proposed amendment to the U.S. Constitution that would prohibit the infringement of rights because of gender. |

equal sign |
a mathematical sign (=) indicating that the terms on either side of it are equal. |

equanimity |
the quality of remaining calm, serene, or unruffled, esp. under stress; composure. |

equate |
to make or consider to be equal or equivalent. |

equation |
the act of equating. [4 definitions] |

equator |
the imaginary circle around the earth's globe equidistant from both the North and South Poles. [2 definitions] |

equatorial |
of, relating to, near, or on any equator. [3 definitions] |

Equatorial Guinea |
a small country near the equator on the west central coast of Africa, between Gabon and Cameroon. |

equerry |
an officer in charge of the horses of a royal or noble family. [2 definitions] |

equestrian |
of or concerning horseback riding or horsemanship. [3 definitions] |

equi- |
equal. |

equiangular |
having all the angles equal. |

equidistant |
of or at an equal distance. |

equilateral |
having all the sides or faces equal. [2 definitions] |

equilibrant |
a force or forces that bring a system of forces into balance. |

equilibrate |
to bring into or be in balance or equilibrium. |

equilibrium |
a state in which all acting forces cancel each other to create balance or stability. [3 definitions] |

equine |
of or similar to a horse. [2 definitions] |