si definition by Webster's New World
see also solfeggio
Origin: ; from Midieval Latin S(ancte) I(ohannes): see gamut
Origin: French S(ystème) I(nternational)
International System of weights and measures, using the metric system augmented by scientific units used in technology
Bible Sirach (Ecclesiasticus)
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si definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Origin: Italian, from Medieval Latin; see gamut.
The symbol for the element silicon.
Wisdom of Jesus, the Son of Sirach
Système International [d'Unités] (International System [of Units])
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Slovenia (in Internet addresses)
si - Computer Definition
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Symbol for silicon. See silicon.
si - Medical Definition
The symbol for the element silicon
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Système International (d'Unités) (International System of Units)
si - Science Definition