x1 is orthogonal/perpendicular/right/at right angle/rectified/square/normal to x2, where they (are projected to) intersect orthogonally at locus/on set x3, otherwise being utterly distinct (and not even on the same axis/scale) in sense x4
This definition approximately parallels that of panra. For geometric orthogonality, fill x4 with "geometry". This can be applied to lines, planes, curves, manifolds, vectors (endowed with inner product), etc. x1 and x2 are necessarily orthogonal at only x3 (but may be elsewhere, such as if they are hyperplanes). x1 and x2 are symmetric terbri in this word under permutation. Also: "with negative reciprocal slope local to". This is a local property.