the same as.
1922, abbreviation of intelligence quotient, a 1921 translation of German Intelligenz-quotient, coined 1912 by German psychologist William L. Stern (1871-1938).
Intelligence is a general capacity of an individual consciously to adjust his thinking to new requirements: it is general mental adaptability to new problems and conditions of life. [Stern, “The Psychological Methods of Testing Intelligence,” 1914]
Latin idem quod (the same as)
[ik-bahl] /ɪkˈbɑl/ noun 1. Muhammad, 1873–1938, Pakistani poet. /ˈɪkbal/ noun 1. Sir Muhammad (mʊˈhæməd). 1875–1938, Indian Muslim poet, philosopher, and political leader, who advocated the establishment of separate nations for Indian Hindus and Muslims and is generally regarded as the originator of Pakistan
An object-oriented deductive language/database system.
[ee-kee-ke] /iˈki kɛ/ noun 1. a seaport in N Chile. /Spanish iˈkike/ noun 1. a port in N Chile: oil refineries. Pop: 243 000 (2005 est)
[ee-kee-taws] /iˈki tɔs/ noun 1. a city in NE Peru, on the upper Amazon. /Spanish iˈkitɔs/ noun 1. an inland port in NE Peru, on the Amazon 3703 km (2300 miles) from the Atlantic: head of navigation for large steamers. Pop: 389 000 (2005 est)