init

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English[edit]

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Noun[edit]

init (plural inits)

  1. (computing) Abbreviation of initialisation.
    After the sixth successive system init he had to concede that the database was corrupt.

Verb[edit]

init (third-person singular simple present inits, present participle initing, simple past and past participle inited)

  1. (computing) Abbreviation of initialize.
    It actually only requires a few bytes to be zeroised to init the drive.

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Cebuano[edit]

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  • Hyphenation: i‧nit

Noun[edit]

init

  1. heat; warmth; temperature.

Adjective[edit]

init

  1. hot; warm; humid.
  2. Bright and sunny.

Verb[edit]

init

  1. To heat.
  2. To keep or make warm.
  3. To anger; to provoke.

Latin[edit]

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init

  1. third-person singular present active indicative of ineō

Tagalog[edit]

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Noun[edit]

init

  1. heat; warmth; temperature
    Matuyo sa init ng apoy ang mga basa kong kamay.
    The heat of the fire dried my wet hands.
  2. swelter, sweltering conditions
  3. ardor, fervor