# Lemma ^{ }

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### Lemma Meaning and Definition in Dictionary

### Definitions from Wordnet 2.0

- the head of an annotation or gloss
- a subsidiary proposition that is assumed to be true in order to prove another proposition
- the lower and stouter of the two glumes immediately enclosing the floret in most Gramineae

### Definitions from Wiktionary

- a subsidiary proposition that is assumed to be true in order to prove another proposition ,
- the lower and stouter of the two glumes immediately enclosing the floret in most Gramineae ,
- the heading that indicates the subject of an annotation or a literary composition or a dictionary entry

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### Wikipedia Meaning and Definition on 'Lemma'

- Lemma: Lemma may refer to: Lemma (mathematics), a type of proposition Lemma (morphology), the canonical or citation form of a word Lemma (psycholinguistics)
- Gauss's lemma: Gauss's lemma can mean any of several lemmas named after Carl Friedrich Gauss: Gauss's lemma (polynomial) Gauss's lemma (number theory) Gauss's lemma (Riemannian
- List of lemmas: Brezis–Lions lemma Burnside's lemma also known as the Cauchy–Frobenius lemma (group theory) Céa's lemma (numerical analysis) Closed map lemma (topology)
- Lemma (mathematics): known as lemmas, such as Bézout's lemma, Dehn's lemma, Euclid's lemma, Farkas' lemma, Fatou's lemma, Gauss's lemma, Greendlinger's lemma, Itō's lemma, Jordan's
- Lindelöf's lemma: In mathematics, Lindelöf's lemma is a simple but useful lemma in topology on the real line, named for the Finnish mathematician Ernst Leonard Lindelöf
- Lemma (botany): For other uses, see Lemma. Lemma is a phytomorphological term used in botany referring to a part of the spikelet of grasses (Poaceae). It is the
- Burnside's lemma: Burnside's lemma, sometimes also called Burnside's counting theorem, the Cauchy–Frobenius lemma or the orbit-counting theorem, is a result in group theory
- Urysohn's lemma: In topology, Urysohn's lemma is a lemma that states that a topological space is normal if and only if any two disjoint closed subsets can be separated
- Five lemma: abelian category theory, the five lemma is an important and widely used lemma about commutative diagrams. The five lemma is valid not only for abelian categories
- Zorn's lemma: the film by Hollis Frampton, see Zorns Lemma (film). Zorn's lemma, also known as the Kuratowski–Zorn lemma, after mathematicians Max Zorn and Kazimierz