[klas-muh n, klahs-] /ˈklæs mən, ˈklɑs-/
noun, plural first classmen.
a fourth-year student at a U.S. military academy.
- First class module
programming A module that is a first class data object of the programming language, e.g. a record containing functions. In a functional language, it is standard to have first class programs, so program building blocks can have the same status. Claus Reinke’s Virtual Bookshelf (http://informatik.uni-kiel.de/~cr/bib/bookshelf/Modules.html). (2004-01-26)
[furst-kuhm] /ˈfɜrstˈkʌm/ adjective 1. arranged, considered, or done in order of application or arrival, as for purposes of service: orders filled on a first-come basis.
[furst-kuhm-er] /ˈfɜrstˌkʌm ər/ noun 1. a person who arrives or among the .
noun 1. “Thou shalt have no other gods before me”: first of the Ten Commandments.