Arrays on Tables
|Etymology||From Middle English arrayen, from Anglo-Norman arraier (compare Old French
arraier, areer (“to put in order”)), from Medieval Latin arrēdō (“to
put in order, arrange, array”), from Medieval Latin *rēdum (“preparation,
order”), from Frankish *reida (“preparation, order”) or Gothic (garaids,
“ready, prepared”), from Proto-Germanic *raidaz, *raidiz (“ready”),
from Proto-Indo-European *reydʰ- (“to put in order, ease, make comfortable”).
Cognate with Old High German gireiti (“preparation”),
Old Frisian rēde (“ready”), Old English ġerǣde (“preparation, equipment”).
More at ready.
|From Middle English table, tabel, tabil, tabul, from Old English tabele, tabul, tablu, tabule, tabula (“board”); also as tæfl, tæfel, an early Germanic borrowing of Latin tabula (“tablet, board, plank, chart”). The sense of "piece of furniture with the flat top and legs" is from Old French table, of same Latin origin; Old English used bord instead for this meaning (see board).|
|Usage notes||●Clothing and ornamentation, To clothe and ornament; to adorn or attire
, finest robes and jewels(robe and jewel)
●Furnising to furnish, furnishes Furniture, fittings, and other detachable accessories
A portion of longer hair within the coat of a dog, rabbit, etc.
●Old French, A large collection, from Latin collēctiō, collēctiōnem.
to view(to see, vewe veue vue veoir boi) collec collectionner collectionneur
collectionnite, collecte collecter cueillette cueillir
●Order; a regular and imposing arrangement; disposition in regular lines; hence, order of battle.
●Mathematics Common name for matrix.
Any of various data structures designed to hold multiple elements of the same type; especially, data memory stockages (stockage)
organic chemistry, biochemistry) A molecule in which a sugar group (the glycone glycoarray) is bound to a non-sugar group (the corresponding aglycone) by a nitrogen or oxygen atom. Glycosides yield a sugar after undergoing hydrolysis.
|●Furniture with a top surface to accommodate a variety of uses. |
●A two-dimensional presentation of data、Multiplications in a multiplication, A lookup table, most often a set of vectors.Ｃomputing, chiefly databases
Computing Grids lines maps areas patterns (Numenical Grid line map area pattern, supergrid, gridlock)
●Electronics, The third (or higher) electrode of a vacuum tube (triode or higher).
●Sports, A visual representation of a classification of teams or individuals based on their success over a predetermined period, for examples Table Teniss,
●Ｍusic, The top of a stringed instrument, particularly a member of the violin family: the side of the instrument against which the strings vibrate.
●Boards Games, Board Game.
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