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notation    : [not'eʃən]
Notation \No*ta"tion\, n. [L. notatio a marking, observing,
etymology, fr. notare to mark, nota a mark: cf. F. notation.
See 5th {Note}.]
1. The act or practice of recording anything by marks,
figures, or characters.
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2. Any particular system of characters, symbols, or
abbreviated expressions used in art or science, to express
briefly technical facts, quantities, etc. Esp., the system
of figures, letters, and signs used in arithmetic and
algebra to express number, quantity, or operations.
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3. Literal or etymological signification. [Obs.]
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"Conscience" is a Latin word, and, according to the
very notation of it, imports a double or joint
knowledge. --South.
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notation
n 1: a technical system of symbols used to represent special
things [synonym: {notation}, {notational system}]
2: a comment or instruction (usually added); "his notes were
appended at the end of the article"; "he added a short
notation to the address on the envelope" [synonym: {note},
{annotation}, {notation}]
3: the activity of representing something by a special system of
marks or characters

173 Moby Thesaurus words for "notation":
abstract, accent, accent mark, addition, adversaria, aide-memoire,
alphabet, annotation, apparatus criticus, approximation,
arrangement, art, bar, binary digit, bit, blueprint, cancel,
character, charactering, characterization, characters, chart, chit,
choreography, cipher, code, comment, commentary, commentation,
conventional representation, copy, credit, custos, dance notation,
debit, delineation, demonstration, depiction, depictment, diagram,
differentiation, digit, direct, division, docket, dot,
double entry, draft, drama, drawing, edition, entry, equation,
evolution, exegesis, exemplification, expression mark,
extrapolation, fermata, figuration, figure, footnote, gloss,
hieroglyphic, hold, hymnal, hymnbook, iconography, ideogram,
illustration, imagery, imaging, instrumental score, integration,
interpolation, inversion, involution, item, jotting, key signature,
lead, letter, libretto, ligature, limning, logogram, logograph,
lute tablature, map, marginal note, marginalia, mark, measure,
memo, memoir, memorandum, memorial, metronomic mark, minute,
minutes, multiplication, music, music paper, music roll,
musical notation, musical score, note, note of explanation, number,
numeral, numero, opera, opera score, orchestral score, part, pause,
piano score, pictogram, picturization, plan, portraiture,
portrayal, practice, prefigurement, presa, presentment, printing,
projection, proportion, realization, record, reduction, register,
registry, reminder, rendering, rendition, representation, schema,
scholia, scholium, score, script, segno, sheet music, short score,
sign, signature, signs, single entry, slur, songbook, songster,
subtraction, swell, syllabary, symbol, symbolism, symbols,
tablature, tempo mark, text, tie, time signature, transcript,
transcription, transformation, version, vinculum, vocal score,
word of explanation, writing, written music




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