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From the Ancient Greek root πρᾶγμα (prâgma, “a thing done, a fact”). May be a back-formation from pragmatic.
pragma (plural pragmas or pragmata)
- (computing, programming) A compiler directive; data embedded in source code by programmers to indicate some intention to the compiler.
- This pragma stops the compiler from generating those warnings we don't care about.
- pragmat (in the ALGOL programming language)
pragma m (plural pragmas)
- English terms derived from Proto-Indo-European
- English terms derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *per- (fare)
- English terms derived from Ancient Greek
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- English nouns with irregular plurals
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- Spanish nouns with irregular gender
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