Equimomental E`qui*mo*men"tal, a. [Equi- + momental.] (Mech.) Having equal moments of inertia. Note: Two bodies or systems of bodies are said to be equimomental when their moments of inertia about all straight lines are equal each to each. Equimomental cone of a given rigid body, a conical surface that has any given vertex, and is described by a straight line which moves in such manner that the moment of inertia of the given rigid body about the line is in all its positions the same., Forgiveness For*give"ness, n. [AS. forgifnes.] 1. The act of forgiving; the state of being forgiven; as, the forgiveness of sin or of injuries. To the Lord our God belong mercies and forgivenesses. --Dan. ix. 9. In whom we have . . . the forgiveness of sin. --Eph. i. 7. 2. Disposition to pardon; willingness to forgive. If thou, Lord, shouldest mark iniquities, O Lord, who shall stand? But there is forgiveness with thee, that thou mayest be feared. --Ps. cxxx. 3, 4. Syn:, Misgive Mis*give", v. t. [imp. Misgave; p. p. Misgiven; p. pr. & vb. n. Misgiving.] 1. To give or grant amiss. [Obs.] --Laud. 2. Specifically: To give doubt and apprehension to, instead of confidence and courage; to impart fear to; to make irresolute; -- usually said of the mind or heart, and followed by the objective personal pronoun. So doth my heart misgive me in these conflicts What may befall him, to his harm and ours. --Shak. Such whose consciences misgave them, how ill they had deserved. --Milton. 3. To suspect; to dread. [Obs.] --Shak.