en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orthogonality

In **mathematics**, **orthogonality** is the generalization of the notion of
perpendicularity to the linear ... In certain cases, the word normal is used to **mean**
**orthogonal**, particularly in the geometric sense as in the normal to a surface. .....
spacing needed to make them **orthogonal** so that they **do** not interfere with each
other.

mathworld.wolfram.com/Orthogonal.html

In elementary geometry, **orthogonal** is the same as perpendicular. Two lines or
curves are **orthogonal** if they are perpendicular at their point of intersection.

mathworld.wolfram.com/OrthogonalVectors.html

(i.e., the vectors are perpendicular) are said to be **orthogonal**. ... From **MathWorld**
--A Wolfram Web Resource. http://**mathworld**.wolfram.com/**OrthogonalVectors**.

www.mathopenref.com/orthogonal.html

In geometry, the word '**orthogonal**' simply **means** 'at right angles'. We also
sometimes say they are 'normal' to each other. Strictly speaking, the lines **do** not
have ...

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**definition**of

**orthogonal**: Two vectors are

**orthogonal**when their dot product is zero. ...

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onlinemschool.com/math/library/vector/orthogonality

**Orthogonal** vectors - **definition**; Condition of vectors **orthogonality**; Examples of
tasks ... Two vectors a and b are **orthogonal**, if their dot product is equal to zero.

wiki.c2.com/?DefinitionOfOrthogonal

So **orthogonal** is a well understood metaphor, in the jargon of **mathematics**, ...
The word "**orthogonal**" **does** not seem to add value as far as clarity goes. Are we
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math.stackexchange.com/questions/1358485/what-does-it-mean-when-two-functions-are-orthogonal-why-is-it-important

Jul 12, 2015 **...** The concept of **orthogonality** with regards to functions is like a more general way
of talking about **orthogonality** with regards to vectors.

english.stackexchange.com/questions/12219/usage-of-the-word-orthogonal-outside-of-mathematics

Feb 11, 2011 **...** If you think about (simplified for convenience) **mathematical** usage ... In statistics,
the **meaning** of **orthogonal** as unrelated (or more ... Update: I **did** not want to
implicate but without it my answer is not answering direct question.