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Etymology 1
Modification of capital letter M, from (etyl) letter .
Letter
The thirteenth letter of the .
Etymology 2
Various abbreviations.
Symbol
(Bilabial nasal)
(head)
meter (metre), the unit of length in the International System of Units
milli
.
mass
month or months
Etymology 3
From upper case roman numeral M (1000), an alteration of ?, from ?, an alteration of ?, an alteration of ?, from encircling X (the roman numeral for ten) to indicate the hundredth ten.
Alternative forms
* M,
Numeral
cardinal number one thousand (1000)
Synonyms
*
See also
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Image:Latin M.png, Capital and lowercase versions of M , in normal and italic type
Image:Fraktur letter M.png, Uppercase and lowercase M in Fraktur


category Noun
( categories)
A group, often named or numbered, to which items are assigned based on similarity or defined criteria.
*
 The traditional way of describing the similarities and differences between constituents is to say that they belong to categories'' of various types. Thus, words like ''boy'', ''girl'', ''man'', ''woman'', etc. are traditionally said to belong to the category''' of Nouns, whereas words like ''a'', ''the'', ''this'', and ''that'' are traditionally said to belong to the ' category of Determiners.
 This steep and dangerous climb belongs to the most difficult category .
 I wouldn't put this book in the same category as the author's first novel.
(mathematics) A collection of objects, together with a transitively closed collection of composable arrows between them, such that every object has an identity arrow, and such that arrow composition is associative.
 One wellknown category has sets as objects and functions as arrows.
 Just as a monoid consists of an underlying set with a binary operation "on top of it" which is closed, associative and with an identity, a category consists of an underlying digraph with an arrow composition operation "on top of it" which is transitively closed, associative, and with an identity at each object. In fact, a category's composition operation, when restricted to a single one of its objects, turns that object's set of arrows (which would all be loops) into a monoid.
Synonyms
* (group to which items are assigned) class, family, genus, group, kingdom, order, phylum, race, tribe, type
* See also
Derived terms
* category mistake
* category theory
* conceptual category
* perceptual category
* subcategory
* supercategory
Related terms
* categorical
* categorise / categorize
* categorial
External links
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