Hello, wolf!

I've been searching the Internet for "kite" definitions, terms, etc.

The definition of a right kite is that it contains one right angle,

which can be either of the vertex angles.

This is true . . . a typical "right kite" might look like this:

Code:

*
*90o*
* *
* *
* *
* *
* *
* *
* *
*

However, the non-vertex angle can also be a right angle

(two actually because non-vertex angles are equal).

Would a "right kite" of two 90 degree non-vertex angles have a special name? Code:

o * o
o * | * o
o * | * o
* | *
* | *
o * | * o
o * | * o
o * | * o
* | *
o * | * o
o * | * o
o *|* o
o * o

I don't think it has a special name.

I note that the two halves are inscribed in semicircles.