a passion for numbers, counting; compulsive counting
Greek arithmos ‘number’
“compulsive desire to count objects and make calculations,” 1890, from French arithmomanie, from Greek arithmos “number, counting, amount” (see arithmetic) + French -manie (see mania). Related: Arithmomaniac.
noun one who counts compulsively Word Origin Greek arithmos ‘number’
died a.d. 336, Christian priest at Alexandria: founder of Arianism. Ancient name of . a river in NW Afghanistan, NE Iran, and S Turkmenistan, flowing W and then N to the Kara Kum desert. 700 miles (1126 km) long. Contemporary Examples Enraged by what Arius was saying, Nicholas grabbed Arius by the beard and punched […]
arity programming The number of arguments a function or operator takes. In some languages functions may have variable arity which sometimes means their last or only argument is actually a list of arguments. (1997-07-21)
- Hari rud
a river in NW Afghanistan, NE Iran, and S Turkmenistan, flowing W and then N to the Kara Kum desert. 700 miles (1126 km) long. Historical Examples That one is afforded by the narrow valley of the Hari Rud to the west of Herat. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 2, Slice 7 Various From its […]