Definitions for **"Isogram"**

a word or phrase in which each letter occurs the same number of times. For example: RAPPAREE (each letter twice).

A word or phrase in which each letter occurs the same number of times. Examples in English are dermatoglyphics (each letter once), unprosperousness (each letter twice) and sestettes (each letter three times). Long isograms where each letter occurs once are popular as Playfair keywords.

1. (Or isoline.) A line, on a given reference surface, drawn through all points where a given quantity has the same numerical value. The reference surface can be any coordinate plane functionally related to the given quantity (this includes physically defined surfaces in space). This, therefore, is a very general term. Although isopleth is used in this same broad sense by meteorologists, it has a more restricted meaning when used in most other sciences. See also isotimic line. 2. As sometimes restricted, a line drawn through all geographical points that experience the same frequency of some meteorological event.

a line drawn on a map connecting points having the same numerical value of some variable

A line on a map connecting points of equal value.