Definition:Eulerian Graph/Linguistic Note

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Linguistic Note on Eulerian Graph

After the pronunciation of Euler as Oiler, the word Eulerian is pronounced something like oy-leer-ee-an.

The term unicursal, derives from the prefix uni-, an adjectival form of one and cursal, which derives from the Latin cursor, meaning runner.

Hence a unicursal graph can be understood as a graph which can be drawn in a single run.