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tri·skel·i·on(trī-skĕl′ē-ən, trĭ-) also tri·skele (trī′skēl′, trĭs′kēl′)
n. pl. tri·skel·i·a (-skĕl′ē-ə) also tri·skeles
A figure consisting of three curved lines or branches, or three stylized human arms or legs, radiating from a common center.
[New Latin, from Greek triskelēs, three-legged : tri-, tri- + skelos, leg.]
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|Noun||1.||triskele - a figure consisting of three stylized human arms or legs (or three bent lines) radiating from a center|
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