Crossword clues for mem
- Palindromic Hebrew letter
- The Grizzlies, in boxscores
- Person who belongs to an org
- Part of ROM: Abbr
- Part of RAM: Abbr
- Part of a grp
- One paying dues: Abbr
- Lady Sahib
- Jefferson or Lincoln, in D.C
- Gp. dues-payer
- Dues payer (abbr.)
- Button on some calculators
- Abbr. for the Grizzlies, on scoreboards
- 19th letter of Hebrew alphabet
- 13th letter, Hebrew alphabet
- One with dues: Abbr.
- Dues payer: Abbr.
- Common calculator button
- Part of a grp.
- Hebrew letter before nun
- The 13th letter of the Hebrew alphabet
- Before nun
- Hebrew letter after lamed
- Lamed follower
- One on the rolls: Abbr.
- One in a club: Abbr.
- Thirteenth Hebrew letter
- Nun's predecessor
- Dues payer: Abbr
- Part of an org
The Collaborative International Dictionary
mem \mem\ n. the 13th letter of the Hebrew alphabet.
n. The thirteenth letter of many Semitic alphabets/abjads (Phoenician, Aramaic, Hebrew, Syriac, Arabic and others).
n. the 13th letter of the Hebrew alphabet
Mem (also spelled Meem or Mim) is the thirteenth letter of the Semitic abjads, including Phoenician Mēm , Hebrew Mēm , Aramaic Mem , Syriac Mīm ܡܡ, and Arabic Mīm . Its value is .
The Phoenician letter gave rise to the Greek Mu (Μ), Etruscan , Latin M, and Cyrillic М.
Mem is a Semitic letter. Mem or MEM also refers to:
Mem is a given name. Notable people with the name include:
- Mem de Sá (circa 1500-1572), Governor-General of Brazil
- Mem Ferda (21st century), British screen actor
- Mem Fox (born 1946), Australian author
- Mem Lovett (1912-1995), American baseball player
For other meanings, see Mem (disambiguation)
In Computational complexity theory, computing efficiency, Combinatorial optimization, Supercomputing, computational cost ( Algorithmic efficiency) and other computational metrics, MEMS is a measurement unit for the number of memory accesses used or needed by a process, function, instruction set, algorithm or data structure.
Example usage: "A typical search tree in a (10 x 10 Sudoku or Latin square) requires a node of about 75 mems (memory accesses) for processing, to check validity. Therefore the total running time on a modern processor would be roughly the time needed to perform mems." ( Donald Knuth, 2011, The Art of Computer Programming, Volume 4A, p. 6).
Reducing MEMS as a speed and efficiency enhancement is not a linear benefit, as it trades off increases in ordinary operations costs.
Usage examples of "mem".
But Loopy was there, in the sunlit orchard, digging at the bottom of a new trench right next to the Mem.
God knows he deserved to die, he deserved all that happened, but why does his mem- ory have to stand in our way.
Beit, Gimel, Dalet, Hei, Vav, Zayin, Chet, Tet, Yud, Kaf, Lamed, Mem, Nun, Samech, Ayin, Pei, Tzadik, Kuf, Reish, Shin, and Tav.
I could have removed mem, but to take my concentration off Boolean would have given him the opening to destroy me.
It was a desperate second choice, one that none of mem wanted to take, for one could never be sure of the reaction of the Komisol representative if he were told that certain counterrevolutionary transactions were going on in the circus.
Gimmel, Dalet, He, Waw, Zain, Het, Tet, Jod, Kaf, Lamed, Mem, Nun, Samech, Ajin, Pe, Cade, Qof, Resz, Szin i Taw.
Telek did his best to aid mem by pulling himself up on what fingerholds he could reach.
Shropshire Light Infantry sang uproariously, the assembled mems added their fluted accompaniment and Joe was out in the sunshine once more.
Dealing with regular males, the garden-variety mems were hard enough, but the few times she had crossed paths with a primale, she had suffered near meltdowns.
Most of the mems in her cluster became afraid to date her, claiming she was too intense.
Sadly, there had been mems who had taken advantage, allowing her to pour endless amounts of love and attention on them while they had happily continued their polyamorous ways, so she had never been able to commit to the sex-making.
From what she understood of mems, they grew tired easily, but Raylar only seemed to pick up steam.
There were over a million infidels on that gem, and not even a single missile platform to protect mem.
Juba, the giant black from Kush with whom he had fought the men of the lost valley of Mem in the distant East.
Rage was a living, breathing entity in the room with mem. The air thickened into a heavy mass, a dark cloud of roiling energy until it was difficult to breathe.