noun, plural summae
[soo m-ahy, suhm-ee] /ˈsʊm aɪ, ˈsʌm i/ (Show IPA), summas.
a comprehensive work or series of works covering, synthesizing, or summarizing a particular field or subject.
a work or series of works that is a summary of all human knowledge.
noun (pl) -mae (-miː)
(Christian theol:Medieval) a compendium of theology, philosophy, or canon law, or sometimes of all three together. The Summa Theologica of St Thomas Aquinas, written between 1265 and 1274, was the most famous of all such compendia
(rare) a comprehensive work or survey
adjective, Mathematics. 1. capable of being added. 2. (of an infinite series, especially a divergent one) capable of having a sum assigned to it by a method other than the usual one of taking the limit of successive partial sums. 3. (of a function) possessing a finite Lebesgue integral.
[soo m-uh koo m lou-dey, -duh, -dee; suhm-uh kuhm law-dee] /ˈsʊm ə kʊm ˈlaʊ deɪ, -də, -di; ˈsʌm ə kʌm ˈlɔ di/ adverb 1. with highest praise: used in diplomas to grant the highest of three special honors for grades above the average. summa cum laude /ˈsʊmɑː kʊm ˈlaʊdeɪ/ adverb, adjective 1. (mainly US) with […]
noun 1. a part of a sum. noun 1. a number or quantity forming part of a sum
adverb 1. in a prompt or direct manner; immediately; straightaway. 2. without notice; precipitately: to be dismissed summarily from one’s job.