Definitions for "Azimuth"
The quadrant of an azimuth circle.
An arc of the horizon intercepted between the meridian of the place and a vertical circle passing through the center of any object; as, the azimuth of a star; the azimuth or bearing of a line surveying.
The number of degrees from north (or other reference direction) that a line runs, measured clockwise.
Keywords:  alt, telescope, axis, mount, motion
The x-axis (left-right) motion of an alt-az telescope mount.
Term denoting the x-axis (left-right) motion of your telescope mount. Also see Altitude. Commonly used with Altitude, i.e., Altitude-Azimuth mount (or Alt-Az mount for short.)
a magnetic bearing sighted from your position to a known landmark. Used in navigation and in determining site locations.
The amount by which two values of the azimuth of a line, derived by different surveys or along different routes, fail to be exactly equal to each other.
In surveying, the true bearing of a survey line, obtained from an accurate survey or Survey & Mapping term.
lateral deviation of a projectile
A respiratory problem attributed to long-term exposure to dry-season U.S. Forest Service roads.
Keywords:  binary, star
Binary Star