Alternate name for AT-3. Early, pre-Fortran language for UNIVAC I or II. Sammet 1969.
[ma-thoh-loo kh] /mæˈθoʊ lʊx/ noun 1. a legendary king of Ireland and the husband of Branwen.
(Possibly from “white-out”, the blizzard variety) A paper or presentation so encrusted with mathematical or other formal notation as to be incomprehensible. This may be a device for concealing the fact that it is actually content-free. See also numbers, social science number. [Jargon File] (1994-12-14)
[maths] /mæθs/ noun, (used with a singular or plural verb) Chiefly British. 1. . [math] /mæθ/ noun 1. . [math] /mæθ/ noun, British Dialect. 1. a mowing. 2. the crop mowed. [muhth] /mʌθ/ noun 1. an order of Hindu monks. /mæθs/ noun 1. (functioning as sing) (Brit, informal) short for mathematics US and Canadian equivalent […]
[muht-oo-ruh] /ˈmʌt ʊ rə/ noun 1. a city in W Uttar Pradesh, in N India: Hindu shrine and holy city; reputed birthplace of Krishna. /ˈmʌtʊərə; mʌˈθʊərə/ noun 1. a city in N India, in W Uttar Pradesh on the Jumna River: a place of Hindu pilgrimage, revered as the birthplace of Krishna. Pop: 298 827 […]