As a noun math
is a mowing; what is gathered from mowing or
math can be (uncountablenorth america) or
math can be (hinduismjainism).
As a proper noun nath is
.
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math English
Etymology 1
From (etyl) math, from (etyl) . See (l).
Noun
( en noun)
A mowing; what is gathered from mowing.
Derived terms
* (l)
* (l)
* (l)
* (l)
Etymology 2
Contraction of mathematics.
Alternative forms
* maths (qualifier)
Noun
( mathematics)
(uncountable, North America)
(uncountable, North America) Arithmetic]] [[calculation, calculations; .
 If you do the math , you'll see that it’s not such a bargain.
 $170 a month? That doesn’t sound right. Let me check your math .
(countable, North America) A math course.
 They needed to take two more maths
Derived terms
* check the math
* do the math
* new math
Etymology 3
Contraction of matha.
Anagrams
* (l)


nath English
