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The green set is the epigraph of the blue function

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From Ancient Greek ἐπιγραφή (epigraphḗ, inscription), from ἐπιγράφω (epigráphō, write upon), from ἐπῐ- (epi-, upon) + γρᾰ́φω (gráphō, write).

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epigraph (plural epigraphs)

  1. An inscription, especially on a building.
  2. A literary quotation placed at the beginning of a book or other text.
  3. (mathematics, of a function) The set of all points lying on or above the function's graph.

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epigraph (third-person singular simple present epigraphs, present participle epigraphing, simple past and past participle epigraphed)

  1. (transitive) To provide (a literary work) with an epigraph.

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