n. (Gr. rhombos, object that can be turned) an outline like a rhomboid, a parallelogram with equal sides, having two oblique angles and two acute angles.

Plane figure with four straight sides of equal length; a parallelogram with equal sides.

A quadrilateral with four congruent sides.

a kite aswell as a parallelogram

an equilateral parallelogram having the angles usually, but not necessarily, oblique

an 'equilateral quadrilateral' (all sides have the same length)

a parallelogram (and therefore also a quadrilateral) whose sides are equal, a rectangle is a parallelogram whose angles are all right angles, and a square is a parallelogram whose angles are right angles and whose sides are of equal length

a parallelogram because a quadrilateral is a parallelogram if both pairs of opposite sides are parallel

a parallelogram, but all four sides are equal in length

a parallelogram, but its angles are oblique

A parallelogram with four equal sides.

quadrilateral with all sides equal in length.

A parallelogram whose sides are all the same length. The angles are usually not right angles, but they may be right angles.

parallelogram with all four sides equal in length.

A polygon consisting of four equal sides, e.g., in zonohedra.

A parallelogram having all four sides equal and opposite angles equal.

A six-sided prism with three rhombuses at each end (rhomb - A plane figure having four equal sides and the opposite angles equal, two being acute and two obtuse).

A rhombus is a parallelogram with equal-length sides.

A quadrilateral that has equal sides but oblique angles, like a squashed square.

A parallelogram with four congruent sides.

an equilateral parallelogram, meaning it has four equal sides and all opposite sides are parallel to one another.

An equilateral parallelogram (Lesson 2.7).

A four sided shape in which all of the sides are equal lengths. The polygon could be either a square or a parallelogram.

a type of parallelogram in which each side is the same length.