Meaning of MEMBER in English


noun Usage: often attributive Etymology: Middle English membre, from Anglo-French, from Latin membrum; akin to Gothic mimz flesh, Greek mēros thigh Date: 14th century a body part or organ: as, limb , penis , a unit of structure in a plant body, one of the individuals composing a group, a person baptized or enrolled in a church, a part of a whole: as, a syntactic or rhythmic unit of a sentence ; clause , one of the propositions of a syllogism, one of the elements of a set or class, either of the equated elements in a mathematical equation, see: part

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