/god-zil’*-gram/ (From Japan’s national hero and datagram) 1. A network packet that in theory is a broadcast to every machine in the universe. The typical case is an IP datagram whose destination IP address is [255.255.255.255]. Fortunately, few gateways are foolish enough to attempt to implement this case!
2. A network packet of maximum size. An IP Godzillagram has 65,536 octets. Compare super source quench.
/ˈɡɒdzəʊn/ noun 1. (Austral, informal) one’s home country
[gœ-buh ls] /ˈgœ bəls/ noun 1. Joseph Paul [yoh-zef poul] /ˈyoʊ zɛf paʊl/ (Show IPA), 1897–1945, German propaganda director for the Nazis. /German ˈɡœbəls/ noun 1. Paul Joseph (paul ˈjoːzɛf). 1897–1945, German Nazi politician; minister of propaganda (1933–45)
language (After the mathematician Kurt Gödel) A declarative, general-purpose language for artificial intelligence based on logic programming. It can be regarded as a successor to Prolog. The type system is based on many-sorted logic with parametric polymorphism. Modularity is supported, as well as infinite precision arithmetic and finite sets. Goedel has a rich collection of […]
in Hebrew the participle of the verb _gaal_, “to redeem.” It is rendered in the Authorized Version “kinsman,” Num. 5:8; Ruth 3:12; 4:1,6,8; “redeemer,” Job 19:25; “avenger,” Num. 35:12; Deut. 19:6, etc. The Jewish law gave the right of redeeming and repurchasing, as well as of avenging blood, to the next relative, who was accordingly […]