
bisect 
to cut across or intersect, as a road by a railroad. [1/3 definitions] 
celestial pole 
either of two points in the celestial sphere that the earth's axis would intersect if it were extended. 
colure 
either of the two great circles of the celestial sphere that intersect at the poles, one passing through the solstices and the other through the equinoxes. 
cross 
to pass across or intersect. [2/16 definitions] 
crossing 
a place where two roads, routes, or railroad tracks, or a combination of these, intersect. [1/3 definitions] 
crossroad 
the place where two roads intersect; crossing. [1/2 definitions] 
crossway 
the place where two roads or paths intersect; crossroad. 
Greek Cross 
a cross in which the horizontal and vertical bars are of equal length and intersect at their midpoints at right angles. 
grid 
a system of reference lines that intersect at right angles to form uniformly sized squares, used to map points and make diagrams; coordinate system. [1/5 definitions] 
intercept 
in mathematics, to include, as between two lines, points, or surfaces; intersect. [1/5 definitions] 
intersection 
the point or place where two or more things such as roads intersect. [1/2 definitions] 
monoclinic 
of or designating a system of crystal formation in which three crystal axes of unequal length intersect, two at right angles and one obliquely. 
orthocenter 
the point at which the three altitudes of a triangle intersect. 
quadrant 
any of the four parts that result when an area is divided by two lines, real or imaginary, that intersect each other at right angles. [1/5 definitions] 
sector 
in geometry, a figure shaped like a piece of pie and determined by an arc of a circle and the two radii that intersect the endpoints of it. [1/4 definitions] 
triclinic 
of or designating a system of crystallization in which three unequal axes intersect at oblique angles. 

