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Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
late 15c., from Middle French dividende "a number divided by another," from Latin dividendum "thing to be divided," neuter gerundive of dividere (see divide ). Mathematical sense is from 1540s. Meaning "portion of interest on a loan, stock, etc." is from ...
Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. 1 (context arithmetic English) A number or expression that is to be divided by another. 2 (context finance English) A pro rata payment of money by a company to its shareholders, usually made periodically (eg, quarterly or annually).
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Dividend \Div"i*dend\, n. [L. dividendum thing to be divided, neut. of the gerundive of dividere: cf. F. dividende.] A sum of money to be divided and distributed; the share of a sum divided that falls to each individual; a distribute sum, share, or percentage; ...
Usage examples of dividend.
Added dividends would result because it is far easier to have effective antipollution controls on one big plant than on those cars .
The Canadian Managing Director had first demonstrated his political clout in 1960 when the Diefenbaker government introduced a 15-percent tax on dividends paid by branches of foreign companies operating in Canada.
But the enthusiastic reductionist manifesto with which the project began has not so far yielded great neurobiological dividends in the form of universal mechanisms of the sort which E.
Inasmuch as the privilege granted by a State to a foreign corporation of carrying on local business supports a tax by that State on the income derived from that business, it follows that the Wisconsin privilege dividend tax, consistently with the due process clause, may be applied to a Delaware corporation, having its principal offices in New York, holding its meetings and voting its dividends in New York, and drawing its dividend checks on New York bank accounts.
Sixteenth Amendment, the earliest decisions of the Court on the taxability of corporate dividends occasioned little comment.
The teacher was covered with chalkdust and the blackboards were covered with simple additions and subtractions, by multiplicands, multipliers, and products, by dividends, divisors, and quotients.
Bay Company ceased to pay dividends, and the other companies were almost bankrupt.
All corporations also had irate shareholders, whose dividends diminished as ransoms rose.
How could dividends be paid to all those stockholders and bondholders?
This false optimism produced immediate dividends for on the morning after the broadcast Acheson came to see me.
United States will further guarantee dividends of five per centum upon the stock of the Company or Companies which may be authorized by Congress to undertake the construction of said railways: _Provided_, That such guarantee of stock shall not exceed the sum of thirty thousand dollars per mile, and Congress shall regulate the securities for advances on account thereof.
The Treasury had lately made up the arrearages and now paid its dividends promptly.
Nepotism, fumed the Senate Democrats, but they confirmed the nomination anyway: Ludlow's credentials were as bluechip as his family connections and dividends from the family investment trusts.
In round sums, as the Special Executive knows from our accounts, the total income to date, not counting our last and undistributed dividend, has amounted to approximately one and a half million pounds sterling in the Swiss francs and Venezuelan bolivars in which for reasons of prudence---they continue to be the hardest currencies in the world---we convert all our takings.
In round sums, as the Special Executive knows from our accounts, the total income to date, not counting our last and undistributed dividend, has amounted to approximately one and a half million pounds sterling in the Swiss francs and Venezuelan bolivars in which for reasons of prudence–they continue to be the hardest currencies in the world–we convert all our takings.