Meaning of math by Wiktionary Dictionary
Explanation of math by Wordnet Dictionary
math
 IPA: /mæθ/
 Rhymes: æθ
 maths ( UK, Australia )
 ( uncountable ) Short for mathematics .
 ( uncountable ) Arithmetic calculations; ( see do the math ).
 ( countable ) A math course .
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Pronunciation
Etymology 1
From Middle English math, from Old English mǣþ ( “a mowing, that which is mown, cutting of grass” ), from ProtoGermanic *mēþan ( “a mowing” ), from ProtoIndoEuropean *mē ( “to mow” ), equivalent to mow + th. Cognate with German Mahd ( “a mowing, reaping” ). Related also to Old English mǣd ( “mead, meadow, pasture” ). See meadow .
Etymology 2
Contraction of mathematics .
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Noun
math ( countable and uncountable; plural: maths ) ( North America )
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Explanation of math by Wordnet Dictionary
math

a science ( or group of related sciences ) dealing with the logic of quantity and shape and arrangement
 Math ( măth ), n. [AS. mǣð; akin to māwan to mow, G. mahd math. See Mow to cut ( grass ).] A mowing, or that which is gathered by mowing;  chiefly used in composition; as, “an aftermath”. [Obs.]
The first mowing thereof, for the king's use, is wont to be sooner than the common math. Bp. Hall.
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Definition of math by GCIDE Dictionary