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Math (s) (North America)

  1. (uncountable) Short form of mathematics.
  2. (uncountable) Arithmetic calculations. (See do the math)
    • 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.
  3. (countable) A math course.
    They needed to take two more maths

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From Template:Sga[[Category:gd:Template:Sga derivations|Math]] [[maith#Template:Sga|maith]], from Proto-Celtic *mati-s, from possible Proto-Indo-European *mē-. Cognate with Welsh [[mad#Template:Cy|mad]], Breton [[mad#Template:Bre|mad]], Cornish [[mas#Template:Kw|mas]]. Cf. Irish maith, Manx [[mie#Template:Gv|mie]].

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Math (comparative fheàrr)

  1. good
    ’S math sin. - That’s good.

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  • deagh (slightly stronger)

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  1. well
    Ciamar a tha thu? Meadhanach math. - How are you? Reasonably well.

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Case Masculine singular Feminine singular Plural
Nominative math mhath matha
Vocative mhath mhath math
Genitive mhaith mhaith/maithe math
Dative mhath mhaith math

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Math (present participle mathadh)

  1. forgive, excuse, pardon, condone, remit

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  1. good
  2. advantage, profit, use, utility

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et:math es:math fr:math kk:math hu:math ja:math pl:math simple:math fi:math sv:math vi:math zh:math

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