American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A distinct part of a whole, especially:
- n. Linguistics A syntactic unit of a sentence; a clause.
- n. Logic A proposition of a syllogism.
- n. Mathematics An element in a set.
- n. A part or an organ of a human or animal body, as:
- n. A limb, such as an arm or a leg.
- n. The penis.
- n. A part of a plant.
- n. One that belongs to a group or an organization: a club member; a bank that is a member of the FDIC.
- n. Mathematics The expression on either side of an equality sign.
- n. A structural unit, such as a beam or wall.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An integral part of an animal body having a distinct function; a vital organ; particularly, in common use, one of the limbs or extremities, as a leg, an arm, or a wing.
- n. Specifically, the private parts.
- n. Figuratively, anything likened to a part of the body.
- n. A part of any aggregate or whole; one of a number of associated parts or entities; any unit or division that can be considered separately as part of a total.
- n. Specifically— A person considered in relation to any aggregate of individuals to which he belongs; particularly, one who has united with or has been formally chosen as a corporate part of an association or public body of any kind, as a church or a society: often used elliptically in England for a member of Parliament, and in the United States for a member of Congress.
- n. A part of a discourse, or of a period or sentence; a clause; a part of a verse.
- n. In architecture, any subordinate part of a building, order, or composition, as a frieze, cornice, or molding.
- n. In algebra, either of the two parts or sides of an equation united by the sign of equality (=).
- n. In zoology and botany, a component of any higher classificatory group: thus, a species is a member of a genus; a genus is a member of a family, etc.
- n. In English law, a place where a custom-house has been kept of old time, with officers or deputies in attendance. Such localities were lawful places of exportation or importation.
- n. One who officially belongs to a group.
- n. A part of a whole.
- n. A limb.
- n. The penis.
- n. logic One of the propositions making up a syllogism.
- n. set theory An element of a set.
- n. computing, programming In object-oriented programming, a function or piece of data associated with each separate instance of a class.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. obsolete To remember; to cause to remember; to mention.
- n. (Anat.) A part of an animal capable of performing a distinct office; an organ; a limb.
- n. A part of a whole; an independent constituent of a body.
- n. A part of a discourse or of a period or sentence; a clause; a part of a verse.
- n. (Math.) Either of the two parts of an algebraic equation, connected by the sign of equality.
- n. (Engin.) Any essential part, as a post, tie rod, strut, etc., of a framed structure, as a bridge truss.
- n. (Arch.) Any part of a building, whether constructional, as a pier, column, lintel, or the like, or decorative, as a molding, or group of moldings.
- n. One of the persons composing a society, community, or the like; an individual forming part of an association.
- n. (Math.) one of the elements which, taken together, comprise a set.
- n. (Math.) one of the individual objects which comprise a group or class.
- n. the male organ of copulation (`member' is a euphemism)
- n. an organization that is a member of another organization (especially a state that belongs to a group of nations)
- n. anything that belongs to a set or class
- n. an external body part that projects from the body
- n. one of the persons who compose a social group (especially individuals who have joined and participate in a group organization)
- From Middle English membre, from Old French membre, from Latin membrum ("limb, body part"), from Proto-Indo-European *memso-, *mems-ro (“flesh”). Akin to Gothic *𐌼𐌹𐌼𐌶 (mimz, “meat, flesh”), Crimean Gothic menus. (Wiktionary)
- Middle English membre, from Old French, from Latin membrum. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“My problem is that i want to get group income of each member (Group Income means self income of member+ Submember's Income+Subsubmember's income ..... till to bottom) so how to calculate it. please help me to solving this problem.”
“I don’t believe my reasoning is even on good footing; but if I was an old board member hoping to appeal, I’d argue that the existence of two defendants in the caption was to account for the board members are the of the suit’s filing, and that my reputation *as a board member* not as an individual was harmed by this decision.”
“He was the first Marine Corps officer inducted as a term member of the Council on Foreign Relations.”
“He was the first Marine officer inducted as a term member into the”
“Don't dismiss this as a tribute band, the entire production skillfully recaptures the band's magic with faithful, spot-on live recordings of some of the band's best songs (each Rain member is a skilled musician in their own right), and add to the nostalgic trip by recapturing their mannerisms and showmanship on stage.”
“It avoided the term member and said nothing of an unconscious desire for incorporation in the Church.”
“While using EFS as a domain member is far superior to a standalone system, there are still avenues open for the dedicated hacker to explore.”
“Company, and using it to get the model object which has the label member variable.”
“He is a term member of the Council on Foreign Relations, a Board Member of the Washington, D.C. chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, and founded an "Engineers in Education" program to tutor and provide scholarships for inner city children.”
“An expert on Northeast Asia, Kang was elected a term member of the Council on Foreign Relations, which awarded him its International Affairs Fellowship in Japan in 1997.”
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