equale"qual (?), a. [l. aequalis, fr. aequus even, equal;
akin to skr. &?;ka,
and perh. to l. unus
for older oinos one, e. one.]
1. agreeing in quantity, size, quality, degree, value, etc.;
having the same magnitude,
the same value,
the same degree, etc.; 
applied to number, degree, quantity,
and intensity,
and to
any subject which admits of them;
neither inferior nor superior,
greater nor less,
better nor worse; corresponding; alike; as,
equal quantities of land, water, etc.;
houses of
equal size;
persons of
equal stature or talents;
commodities of
equal value.
2. bearing a
suitable relation; of
just proportion;
having competent power, abilities, or means; adequate; as, he is
not equal to
the task.
the scots trusted not their own numbers as
equal to
fight with the english. it is
not permitted to me to
make my
commendations equal to
your merit.
whose voice an
equal messenger conveyed thy meaning mild.
3. not variable; equable; uniform; even; as, an
equal movement. "an
equal temper."
4. evenly balanced;
not unduly inclining to
either side;
characterized by fairness; unbiased; impartial; equitable; just.
are not my
ways equal? xviii. 29. thee, o jove, no
equal judge i deem.
nor think it
equal to
answer deliberate reason with sudden heat and noise.
5. of
the same interest or concern; indifferent.
they who are not disposed to
receive them may let them alone or
reject them; it is
equal to me.
6. (mus.)
intended for voices of
one kind only,
either all male or
all female; 
opposed to mixed. [r.]
7. (math.)
exactly agreeing with respect to quantity.
equal temperament. (mus.)
see temperament. Â Â similar words(3)Â
Â equal
decrement of lifeÂ
Â law of equal areasÂ Â equal temperamentÂ
(
v. t.)
To
make equal return to; to
recompense fully.Â Â
(
v. t.)
To
make equal or
equal to; to equalize; hence, to
compare or
regard as equals; to
put on equality.Â Â
(
v. t.)
To be or
become equal to; to
have the same quantity,
the same value,
the same degree or rank, or
the like, with; to be commen/urate with.Â Â
(
n.)
State of
being equal; equality.Â Â
(
n.)
One
not inferior or
superior to another;
one having the same or a
similar age, rank, station, office, talents, strength, or
other quality or condition; an
equal quantity or number; as, "If
equals be
taken from equals the remainders are equal."Â Â
(
a.)
Of
the same interest or concern; indifferent.Â Â
(
a.)
Not variable; equable; uniform; even; as, an
equal movement.Â Â
(
a.)
Intended
for voices of
one kind only,
either all male or
all female; 
opposed to mixed.Â Â
(
a.)
Exactly
agreeing with respect to quantity.Â Â
(
a.)
Evenly balanced;
not unduly inclining to
either side;
characterized by fairness; unbiased; impartial; equitable; just.Â Â
(
a.)
Bearing a
suitable relation; of
just proportion;
having competent power, abilities, or means; adequate; as, he is
not equal to
the task.Â Â
(
a.)
Agreeing in quantity, size, quality, degree, value, etc.;
having the same magnitude,
the same value,
the same degree, etc.; 
applied to number, degree, quantity,
and intensity,
and to
any subject which admits of them;
neither inferior nor superior,
greater nor less,
better nor worse; corresponding; alike; as,
equal quantities of land, water, etc. ;
houses of
equal size;
persons of
equal stature or talents;
commodities of
equal value.Â Â
OriginPythagoras's theorem.
Noun1. a
person who is of
equal standing with another in a
group (synonym) peer, match,
compeer (hypernym) person, individual, someone, somebody, mortal, human,
soul (hyponym)
associate (memberholonym)
peer group (derivation) compare, liken, equate
Verb1. be
identical or
equivalent to; "One
dollar equals 1,000
rubles these days!" (synonym) be (antonym)
differ (hyponym) equate, correspond2. be
equal to in
quality or ability; "Nothing
can rival cotton for durability"; "Your
performance doesn't even touch that of
your colleagues"; "Her
persistence and ambition only matches that of
her parents" (synonym) touch, rival,
match (hypernym) compete, vie,
contend (verbgroup) match, equalize, equalise,
equate (derivation) peer, match, compeer3.
make equal, uniform, corresponding, or matching; "let's
equalize the duties among all employees in
this office"; "The
company matched the discount policy of
its competitors" (synonym) match, equalize, equalise,
equate (hypernym) change, alter,
modify (hyponym) homologize,
homologise (verbgroup) touch, rival, match
Adjective1.
well matched;
having the same quantity, value, or
measure as another; "on
equal terms"; "all
men are equal before the law" (antonym)
unequal (similar) close,
tight (seealso)
commensurate (attribute) equality2.
equal in
amount or value; "like amounts"; "equivalent amounts"; "the
same amount"; "gave
one six blows and the other a
like number"; "an
equal number"; "the
same number" (synonym) like, equivalent, same
cuma
like: macasamhail
An = n. an element, principle,
privative particle equal to UN
Cydbwys = a. of
equal weight
Cydradd = a. of
equal degree
Cyfled = a. of
equal breadth
Cyfuwch = a. of
equal height
Cyhyd = so long, of
equal length
Cymhraff = a. of
equal thickness
Cymhwys = a. of
equal weight; suitable, proper, convenient
Cymmaint = a. of
equal bigness,
quantity or number; as much
Cymmeintioli = n.
equal bulk
Cynnifer = a. of
equal number
Cysdadl = a. disputable; equal
Cystal = a. equivalent, equal, ad. so good, as good
Eisor = a. equal, similar, like
Gogyfled = n.
mean breadth, a. of
equal breadth
Gogyfuwch = a. of
equal height
Gogyhyd = a. of
equal length
Gogymaint = of
equal magnitude
Hafal = a. like; equal
Hefelydd = what is like; a. equal
Pun = n.
what is
equal or even, a. equal, equivalent
Unfraint = a. of
equal rank
Unnerth = a. of
equal power
Ymgyfartalu = v. to
make one's self equal; to vie
Ymgystadlu = v. to
make one's self equal
Equality can mean several things: In
sciences:Equality (mathematics)Equality (objects)
parilis, equus, par, aequus
exaequo exequo
the downturned 'B' hands,
held at
chest height,
are brought together repeatedly so
that the index finger edges or
fingertips come into contact.

method in
class org.omg.CORBA.AnyÂ

method in
class org.omg.CORBA.TypeCodeÂ
plainness; equalÂ Â
ka; ka, kaik