Total 1523 word senses

- A … C. diff (14 senses)
- C1 … Fσ (19 senses)
- G … Im (15 senses)
- J … NP (16 senses)
- O … Sⁿ (24 senses)
- T … X̄ (13 senses)
- Y … brachio- (16 senses)
- c … c₀ (18 senses)
- d … exp (16 senses)
- f … log (17 senses)
- m … praeclarum theorema (17 senses)
- r … s᪳ (16 senses)
- t … ą (16 senses)
- ē … ƪ (17 senses)
- Ƹ … ʒ᪳ (18 senses)
- ʔ … ẋ (16 senses)
- ẍ … ꭤ (21 senses)
- ؈ (Character) the Arabic ray, used in Arabic to indicate the radius
- 僼 (Character) (ancient Chinese folklore) Taoist immortal, celestial being
- 灟 (Character) to perfuse
- 螣 (Character) Only used in 螣蛇 (téngshé, “a kind of flying serpent or dragon of Chinese mythology.”).
- 魊 (Character) a mythical creature which supposedly hurts humans by casting sand out of its mouth
- И (Symbol) electrolaryngeal speech
- Ю (Symbol) tracheo-esophageal speech
- ꙫ (Symbol) phonetic symbol for the "nasal-ingressive velar trill", an articulatory description of an inwards snort.
- ℂ (Symbol) The set of complex numbers.
- ℂ (Symbol) This set, equipped with any of its standard structure.
- ℍ (Symbol) The symbol for the set of quaternions.
- ℕ (Symbol) The set of natural numbers, which may either include zero or not.
- ℕ₀ (Symbol) The set of natural numbers, including zero.
- ℕ₊ (Symbol) The set of positive integers, i.e. natural numbers excluding zero.
- ℙ (Symbol) The set of prime numbers.
- ℙ (Symbol) A symbol used to denote the probability of an event.
- ℚ (Symbol) The set of rational numbers.
- ℝ (Noun) The set of real numbers.
- ℝ (Noun) This set, equipped with any of its standard structure; the real line.
- ℤ (Symbol) The set of integers.
- ℤ (Symbol) That set, with some usual structure.
- ℼ (Symbol) A double-struck lowercase Greek letter pi
- ℽ (Symbol) A double-struck lowercase Greek letter gamma
- ℾ (Symbol) A double-struck uppercase Greek letter gamma
- ℿ (Symbol) A double-struck uppercase Greek letter pi
- ⅅ (Symbol) A double-struck uppercase letter D in an italic typeface
- ⅆ (Symbol) A double-struck lowercase letter d in an italic typeface
- ⅇ (Symbol) A double-struck lowercase letter e in an italic typeface
- ⅈ (Symbol) A double-struck lowercase letter i in an italic typeface
- Β (Symbol) Beta function
- Γ (Symbol) the gamma function (usually written as Γ-function). An extension of the factorial to complex numbers
- Δ (Symbol) Alternative form of ∆: change in a variable
- Δ (Symbol) Used to represent the symmetric difference (also known as the disjunctive union) of two sets
- Δ (Symbol) Used before a gene name as a modifier to denote a deletion mutation of that gene.
- Η (Symbol) , the Alexandrian text-type (from Hesychius, its once-supposed editor).; the Alexandrian text-type (from Hesychius, its once-supposed editor).
- Θ (Symbol) Θ, the ordinal number with the same cardinality as the smallest set larger than the real numbers; the smallest nonzero ordinal number such that there exists no surjection onto it from the real numbers.
- Θ (Symbol) Protruded tongue.
- Κ (Symbol) , the Byzantine text-type, from Κοινη (Koinē, “the common text”).; the Byzantine text-type, from Κοινη (Koinē, “the common text”).
- Λ (Symbol) the von Mangoldt function
- Λ (Symbol) the de Bruijn-Newman constant
- Π (Symbol) Product over a set of like terms:; Product over a set of like terms
- Π (Symbol) A class (in some hierarchy of formulae, like the arithmetical hierarchy or polynomial hierarchy) of those formulae whose outermost quantifiers are universal quantifiers.
- Σ (Symbol) Σ. Sum over a set of like terms:; Σ. Sum over a set of like terms
- Σ (Symbol) suspension or reduced suspension
- Σ (Symbol) A class (in the arithmetical hierarchy) of formulae whose outermost unbounded quantifiers are existential quantifiers
- Φ (Symbol) an angle
- Φ (Symbol) golden ratio conjugate ≈ 0.618...
- Φ (Symbol) A wildcard for a pharyngeal consonant
- α (Symbol) Alexandroff compactification
- β (Symbol) Stone–Čech compactification
- γ (Symbol) the Euler-Mascheroni constant
- δ (Symbol) A (path-dependent, inexact) differential.
- δ (Symbol) A small number, usually accompanied by ε.
- δ (Symbol) Kronecker delta or Dirac delta.
- ε (Symbol) An arbitrarily small number, usually in the company of δ.
- ε (Symbol) The empty string.
- ε (Symbol) Machine epsilon.
- ζ (Symbol) A mathematical function formally known as the Riemann zeta function.
- η (Symbol) The metric tensor in quantum field theory.
- θ (Symbol) A plane angle.
- ι (Symbol) sometimes used to write the imaginary unit
- ι (Symbol) the definite descriptor
- κ (Symbol) A cardinal number.
- λ (Symbol) Lebesgue measure
- λ (Symbol) Lambda abstraction
- μ (Symbol) micro-
- μ (Symbol) population mean
- ν (Symbol) coefficient of kinematic viscosity, reluctivity (1/μ), etc.
- ξ (Symbol) Gnarl
- π (Symbol) Pi, an irrational constant representing the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter; approximately 3.14159265.
- π (Symbol) homotopy group
- π (Symbol) prime-counting function
- π (Symbol) A voiceless labiodental plosive (p̪).
- ρ (Symbol) Dickman function
- σ (Symbol) Standard deviation.
- σ (Symbol) Sum of divisors.
- σ (Symbol) Braid group algebra.
- σ (Symbol) Syllable.
- σ (Symbol) a labialized alveolar fricative (value uncertain, possibly IPA [θʷ]).
- τ (Symbol) An irrational constant defined as the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its radius, equal to the radian measure of a full turn; approximately 6.283185307 (equal to 2π, or twice the value of π).
- φ (Symbol) The golden ratio, an irrational number with a value of approximately 1.618033988 which expresses the relationship that the sum of two quantities is to the larger quantity as the larger is to the smaller.
- φ (Symbol) Euler's totient function, an arithmetic function that counts totatives
- χ (Symbol) characteristic function (any meaning) or characteristic polynomial
- ψ (Symbol) Neptune.
- ψ (Symbol) asteroid (16) Psyche (a stylized 𝜓)
- ψ (Symbol) a voiceless retroflex click, IPA ⟨k͜⟩.
- ω (Symbol) The first (countably) infinite ordinal number, its corresponding cardinal number ℵ₀ or the set of natural numbers (the latter of which are often defined to equal the former).
- ω₁ (Symbol) the first uncountable ordinal
- ϖ (Symbol) The lemniscate constant, a transcendental constant representing the ratio of the perimeter of Bernoulli's lemniscate to its diameter; approximately 2.62205755.
- ϖ (Symbol) diameter of a model κ-plane:; diameter of a model κ-plane
- ϖ (Symbol) uniformizer of a localisation of a number ring at a regular prime ideal:; uniformizer of a localisation of a number ring at a regular prime ideal
- ϵ (Symbol) A graphic variant of ⟨ɛ⟩.
- ϶ (Symbol) "such that"
- ᴩ (Symbol) A voiceless bilabial trill: IPA⁽ᵏᵉʸ⁾: [ʙ̥].
- ꭥ (Character) A mid back round vowel between [o] and [ɔ] (IPA [o̞]).
- א (Symbol) ℵ (a transfinite cardinal number)
- よ (Symbol) Yoneda embedding
- ! … -pro (22 senses)
- -∅ … 2-SAT (27 senses)
- 3 … \v (30 senses)
- ^ … ^Z (28 senses)
- ` … ~= (23 senses)
- ¦ … ᴸ (26 senses)
- ᴹ … ℑ (27 senses)
- ℒ … ⅜ (27 senses)
- ⅝ … ⇥ (27 senses)
- ⇧ … ∓ (27 senses)
- ∔ … ∰ (27 senses)
- ∱ … ≗ (27 senses)
- ≘ … ⊏ (27 senses)
- ⊐ … ⊯ (27 senses)
- ⊰ … ⋐ (27 senses)
- ⋑ … ⋽ (27 senses)
- ⋾ … ⎕ (27 senses)
- ⎙ … ␑ (27 senses)
- ␒ … Ⓕ (27 senses)
- Ⓖ … ◌̄ (27 senses)
- ◌̅ … ◷ (27 senses)
- ◺ … ♉ (27 senses)
- ♊ … ✈ (27 senses)
- ✓ … ⬠ (27 senses)
- ⭎ … ⯥ (27 senses)
- ⯦ … ￼ (27 senses)
- 𝒫 … 🔘 (27 senses)
- 🔴 … 🡣 (32 senses)

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