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Borrowed from Latin infimum (lowest part), from infimus (lowest).

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infimum (plural infima or infimums)

  1. (mathematics) (of a subset) the greatest element of the containing set that is smaller than or equal to all elements of the subset. The infimum may or may not be a member of the subset.

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infimum n

  1. infimum (mathematics)

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  • IPA(key): /ˈinfiːmum/, [ˈinfiːmum]
  • Hyphenation: in‧fi‧mum

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infimum

  1. (mathematics) infimum

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Inflection of infimum (Kotus type 5/risti, no gradation)
nominative infimum infimumit
genitive infimumin infimumien
partitive infimumia infimumeja
illative infimumiin infimumeihin
singular plural
nominative infimum infimumit
accusative nom. infimum infimumit
gen. infimumin
genitive infimumin infimumien
partitive infimumia infimumeja
inessive infimumissa infimumeissa
elative infimumista infimumeista
illative infimumiin infimumeihin
adessive infimumilla infimumeilla
ablative infimumilta infimumeilta
allative infimumille infimumeille
essive infimumina infimumeina
translative infimumiksi infimumeiksi
instructive infimumein
abessive infimumitta infimumeitta
comitative infimumeineen

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