Singular may refer to:

  • Singular number, in grammar, a term for words denoting a unit quantity, as opposed to the plural and other forms
  • SINGULAR, an open source Computer Algebra System (CAS)
  • A group of boar
  • Singular matrix, a matrix that is not invertible
  • Singular measure, a measure or probability distribution whose support has zero Lebesgue (or other) measure
  • Singular cardinal, an infinite cardinal number that is not a regular cardinal
  • The property of a singularity or singular point in various meanings; see Singularity (disambiguation)

Other articles related to "singular":

Huata District, Huaylas - Political Division
... The Huata District is divided into 1 village (Spanish pueblos, singular pueblo), 6 hamlets (Spanish caseríos, singular caserío) and 40 (Spanish anexos ...
Erromanga Language - Abbreviations Used
... ACC.PL plural accompanitive ACC.SG singular accompanitive BR basic root CONST construct suffix DISTPAST distant past DL dual ES echo subject EXCL exclusive FUT future ...
Generalized Singular Value Decomposition
... In linear algebra the generalized singular value decomposition (GSVD) is a matrix decomposition more general than the singular value decomposition ... The ratios are analogous to the singular values ... important special case, where is square and invertible, they are the singular values, and and are the matrices of singular vectors, of the matrix ...
Generic Antecedent - Approaches Taken in English - Modern Solutions
... Use of singular they, incorrect according to many sources, especially older or traditional ones, but accepted by later editions of The Chicago Manual of Style) A boss should treat ... “ Most of the Usage Panelists reject the use of they with singular antecedents ... members do seem to distinguish between singular nouns, such as the typical student, and pronouns that are grammatically singular but semantically ...

Famous quotes containing the word singular:

    Not from this anger, anticlimax after
    Refusal struck her loin and the lame flower
    Bent like a beast to lap the singular floods....
    Dylan Thomas (1914–1953)

    mouth to mouth, the covers
    pulled over our shoulders
    we drowse as horses drowse afield,
    in accord; though the fall cold
    surrounds our warm bed, and though
    by day we are singular and often lonely.
    Denise Levertov (b. 1923)

    The singular passion
    Abides its object and consumes desire
    In the circling shadow of its appetite.
    Allen Tate (1899–1979)