Meaning of RADIX in English

RADIX

ˈrādiks noun

( plural radi·ces ˈradəˌsēz, ˈrād- ; or radixes ˈrādiksə̇z)

Etymology: Latin, root — more at root

1. : base 6d

10 is the radix of the common system of logarithms

2. obsolete : root 4a

3. : the primary source : the originating cause

4. archaic : etymon , root 6

5. : the root of a plant

6. : radicle 2 ; especially : a root of a cranial or spinal nerve

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