Pari



1.
a combining form meaning “equal,” used in the formation of compound words:
paripinnate.
[pah-ree pahs-soo; English pair-ahy pas-oo, pair-ee] /ˈpɑ ri ˈpɑs su; English ˈpɛər aɪ ˈpæs u, ˈpɛər i/
adverb, adjective, Latin.
1.
with equal pace or progress; side by side.
2.
without partiality; equably; fairly.
combining form
1.
equal or equally; even (in number): parisyllabic, paripinnate
/ˌpærɪ ˈpæsuː; ˈpɑːrɪ/
adverb
1.
generally (law) with equal speed or progress; equably: often used to refer to the right of creditors to receive assets from the same source without one taking precedence

Latin, literally “with equal step,” from ablative of par “equal” (see par) + passus “pace” (see pace (n.)).
mathematics, tool
A system for symbolic mathematics, especially number theory.
Version 1.37 for Unix, Macintosh, MS-DOS, Amiga.
E-mail: .
(ftp://math.ucla.edu/pub/pari).
(1995-04-12)

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