IP

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

Initialism.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • (file)

Adjective[edit]

IP (not comparable)

  1. (medicine) Initialism of intraperitoneal.

Noun[edit]

IP (countable and uncountable, plural IPs)

  1. (law, uncountable) Initialism of intellectual property.
  2. (law, uncountable) Initialism of indigenous peoples.
  3. (motion picture, countable) Initialism of interpositive.
  4. (baseball, countable, invariant) Initialism of innings pitched (the statistic reporting the number of innings pitched by a pitcher.)
  5. (biology, uncountable) Initialism of immunoprecipitation.
  6. (computing) Initialism of insertion point (where text, etc. will be added in a document).
  7. (computing) Initialism of instruction pointer (CPU register).
  8. (grammar, X-bar theory) Initialism of inflectional phrase.
  9. (medicine) Initialism of incontinentia pigmenti.
  10. Initialism of instrument panel.
  11. (cryptography) Initialism of initial permutation.
  12. (Internet) Ellipsis of IP address.
    1. (Wikimedia jargon) In wikis, an unregistered user identified by their IP address.
      Synonym: anon
      This IP made a disruptive edit!
  13. (US, military, initialism, slang) An Iraqi police officer, or the Iraqi police as a whole.
  14. (US, military, initialism, slang) Initialism of Irish pennant.

Hypernyms[edit]

  • (inflectional phrase): XP

Proper noun[edit]

IP

  1. (Internet, networking) Initialism of Internet Protocol.
    IP address
  2. Initialism of Ingress Protection Rating.
  3. Initialism of International Paper.

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Phrase[edit]

IP

  1. (prison) Initialism of in possession.
    • 2014, Linda Gask, Carolyn Chew-Graham, ABC of Anxiety and Depression (page 37)
      Prison nursing staff will carefully evaluate whether an individual should have 'IP' (in possession) medication.

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Indonesian[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

IP (first-person possessive IPku, second-person possessive IPmu, third-person possessive IPnya)

  1. (education) Initialism of indeks prestasi.