iid

Iid - What does it mean?

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Sid vs Iid - What's the difference?

sid | iid |


As a noun sid

is fairy mound or sid can be peace, goodwill, peaceableness, a state or period of peace, a truce; peace terms; peacemaking, conciliation.

As an adjective iid is

(statistics|probability theory) independent and identically distributed.

Iid vs Vida - What's the difference?

iid | vida |


As an adjective iid

is (statistics|probability theory) independent and identically distributed.

As a noun vida is

life.

Iid vs Ibid - What's the difference?

iid | ibid |


As an adjective iid

is (statistics|probability theory) independent and identically distributed.

As an abbreviation ibid is

("in the same place").

Fid vs Iid - What's the difference?

fid | iid |


As a noun fid

is (nautical) a pointed tool without any sharp edges, used in weaving or knotwork to tighten and form up weaves or complex knots; used in sailing ships to open the strands of a rope before splicing compare marlinespike.

As a verb fid

is to support a topmast using a fid.

As an adjective iid is

(statistics|probability theory) independent and identically distributed.

Iid vs Tid - What's the difference?

iid | tid |


As an adjective iid

is (statistics|probability theory) independent and identically distributed.

As a noun tid is

meat.

Aid vs Iid - What's the difference?

aid | iid |


As a proper noun aid

is .

As an adjective iid is

(statistics|probability theory) independent and identically distributed.

Wid vs Iid - What's the difference?

wid | iid |


As a preposition wid

is (informal|or|dialectal) with.

As an adjective iid is

(statistics|probability theory) independent and identically distributed.

Nid vs Iid - What's the difference?

nid | iid |


As a verb nid

is .

As an adjective iid is

(statistics|probability theory) independent and identically distributed.

Iid vs Eid - What's the difference?

iid | eid |


As an adjective iid

is (statistics|probability theory) independent and identically distributed.

As a noun eid is

(eid) or eid can be an isthmus or narrow neck of land jutting out into the sea; a sandbank cast up by the sea across the head of an open bight or inlet and having a lagoon inside it.

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