[klep-tuh-mey-nee-ak] /ˌklɛp təˈmeɪ niˌæk/
a person who has .
of, relating to, or characteristic of or a kleptomaniac.
1861; see kleptomania.
noun a fear of stealing or being stolen from Word Origin Greek klepto ‘to steal’
- Klerer-may system
Early system from Columbia University with special mathematics symbols. Its reference manual was two pages long! [“Further Advances in Two-Dimensional Input-Output by Typewriter Terminals”, M. Klerer et al, Proc FJCC 31 (1967)]. [Sammet 1969, pp. 284-294]. (1994-10-24)
[klesh-uh] /ˈklɛʃ ə/ noun, Yoga. 1. any of the five hindrances to enlightenment, which are ignorance or avidya, egocentricity, attachments, aversions, and the instinctive will to live. noun any of the five hindrances to enlightenment, including ignorance/delusion, attachment/desire, aversion/anger, envy/jealousy, and pride or belief in a separate self Word Origin Sanskrit ‘mental defilement, mental poison’, […]
[kley-vuh] /ˈkleɪ və/ noun 1. German name of .