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- n. A Roman numeral representing five hundred and one (501).
- n. Plural form of deus.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- The chemical symbol of the metal didymium.
- [lowercase] An abbreviation of Latin dimidius, half.
- A prefix of Latin origin, the form of dis- before certain consonants: see dis-.
- A prefix of Greek origin, cognate with bi- (which see), and meaning ‘two-,’ ‘twofold,’ ‘double,’ as in dipterous, two-winged, diptych, a two-leaved tablet, diarchy, government by two, etc.
- A prefix of Greek origin, the form of dia- before a vowel.
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