software distributed without initial charge but for which the user is encouraged to pay a nominal fee to cover support for continued use.
(computing) software available to all users without the need for a licence and for which a token fee is requested
/sheir’weir/ Software that, like freeware, can be usually obtained (downloaded) and redistributed for free, but most often is under copyright and does legally require a payment in the EULA, at least beyond the evaluation period or for commercial applications. This payment, as well as fulfilling the user’s legal obligations, may buy additional support, documentation, or functionality. Generally, source code for shareware programs is not available. Shareware is sometimes also nagware and/or crippleware, which muddles the term and is frowned upon in the community.
See also careware, charityware, guiltware, postcardware, and -ware; compare payware.
(god) protect the king!, a son of Sennacherib, king of Assyria. He and his brother Adrammelech murdered their father, and then fled into the land of Armenia (2 Kings 19:37).
noun 1. Also, Chari. a river in N central Africa, flowing NW from the Central African Republic into Lake Chad. 1400 miles (2254 km) long. 2. a female given name. noun 1. a variant spelling of Chari
noun, Islam. 1. law, seen as deriving from the Koran, hadith, ijmaʿ, and qiyas. noun 1. the body of canonical law based on the Koran that lays down certain duties and penalties for Muslims
adjective 1. (of a product or service) produced or offered in accordance with the doctrines of the sharia