• WordNet 3.6
    • n id (psychoanalysis) primitive instincts and energies underlying all psychic activity
    • n ID a card or badge used to identify the bearer "you had to show your ID in order to get in"
    • n ID a state in the Rocky Mountains
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
  • Interesting fact: The property (ID, Facts) values on the Monopoly game board are the same today as they were in 1935
    • n Id (Zoöl) A small fresh-water cyprinoid fish (Leuciscus idus or Idus idus) of Europe. A domesticated variety, colored like the goldfish, is called orfe in Germany.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • id An abbreviation of idem.
    • id A common termination in adjectives (and nouns derived from adjectives) of Latin origin, as in acid, arid, fluid, vivid, turbid, morbid, flaccid, frigid, torrid, solid, etc. It is not used as a formative in English.
    • id [NL. -idum, neut. of L. -idus.] In chem., a formative (also spelled -ide, and when so spelled generally pronounced -īd) suffixed to names of elements to form names of compounds, as in oxid, chlorid, bromide, iodide, sulphid, etc., designating compounds of oxygen, chlorin, bromine, iodine, sulphur, etc. Usage is, in general, in favor of the form -ide; but in new formations, and in many of the old ones, the form -id is also in use.
    • id The termination of nouns Englished from Latin or New Latin feminine nouns (ultimately Greek or on the Greek model) in -is, as caryatid, hydatid, etc.
    • id In zoology, the termination of nouns Englished from Latin or New Latiu nouns in -idæ, as felid, from Felidæ, fringillid, from Fringillidæ, etc. In this dictionary such English forms, being always adjacent to their obvious primitives, are usually left without etymological note.
    • n id In Weismann's doctrine of germ-plasm, the substance of inheritance or the bearer , in the germ-plasm, of the hereditary qualities of a single complete organism, or
    • n id in the somatic idioplasm of the hereditary qualities of a group of cells or a part of a developing embryo or growing organism. The term is used therefore with two meanings—to designate the bearer of the hereditary qualities of the ancestral idioplasm, or germ-plasm, which may give rise to a new and complete organism, and to designate the bearer of the hereditary qualities of the idioplasm of successive stages in the development and growth of the organism that arises from the egg. The id of this somatic idioplasm is held to be at first identical with that of the germ-plasm, but to become broken up into simpler and simpler ids as development advances. See idioplasm, doctrine of germ-plasm.
    • n id This termination affords a simple and regular method of transforming a family name ending in -idæ into a common ‘English’ noun serving as a name for any member of the family. Thus, any member of the Felidæ is a felid, any of the Bradypodidæ a bradypodid, any of the Gadidæ a gadid, etc. This overcomes the ambiguity of using the popular name of some member of the family as a common name for all. The popular name is often not conterminous in meaning with the New Latin name and it always has a set of cross associations that are absent from the New Latin name. The two kinds of names do not cover the same ground. Every member of the Bradypodidæ is a sloth, but not every member of the Gadidæ is a cod, as several other well-known fishes, such as the pollack and haddock, are members of that family.
    • n id A termination used by Osborn to designate the cusps of the lower teeth: for example, the cusp on a lower molar that corresponds to the hypocone of an upper tooth is the hypoconid, etc.
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  • Sigmund Freud
    “Where id was, there shall ego be.”


In literature:

Valentine read it, and passed id on to Jack.
"Soldiers of the Queen" by Harold Avery
Jon stuffed the ID tag back into the slot and read over the message on the card as he walked down the stairs to the street.
"The Velvet Glove" by Harry Harrison
"Cooking and Dining in Imperial Rome" by Apicius
He took his ID plaque from Nedda and kissed her.
"DP" by Arthur Dekker Savage
You're a splen'id gen'l'man.
"The Cup of Fury" by Rupert Hughes
Quaero, nonne id numerus efficerit?
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 6, Slice 3" by Various
Dot vass sometings, aind't id?
"The Brassbounder" by David W. Bone
This was particularly unjust to the 1st ID.
"The Struggle for Missouri" by John McElroy
The picture of him on his ID card was the only one which seemed to puzzle her.
"The Book" by Michael Shaara
Utcunque sit, id ego ex ejus autographo hic fideliter exscribere curavi.
"Some Specimens of the Poetry of the Ancient Welsh Bards" by Evan Evans
Id is a spod to visid.
"With Wolseley to Kumasi" by F.S. Brereton
Sa'id, son of the caliph Othman, whom Moawiya made governor of Khorasan, in 674 marched against Samarkand.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 5, Slice 1" by Various
At the time of Gajus, the familia, id est patrimonium (i. e., paternal legacy), was still bequeathed by testament.
"The Origin of the Family Private Property and the State" by Frederick Engels
This empty cawtridge is the one he 'id the Emperor's pearl in, on the Peninsular and Orient.
"A Thief in the Night" by E. W. Hornung
I hab such a cold id be dose.
"Her Royal Highness Woman" by Max O'Rell
Ibn Sa'id (1214-1286) speaks of the glass and the golden pottery made at Murcia (city), Almeria and Malaga.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 5, Slice 6" by Various
Unum id dedecori est, quod tecta plerumque tigno contegunt, pauca latere.
"View of the State of Europe during the Middle Ages, Vol. 3 (of 3)" by Henry Hallam
His son Sa'id succeeded him, but proved too weak and was deposed and succeeded by his brother Abu Tahir.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 2, Slice 3" by Various
AB'DUL-MEJ'ID KHAN, Sultan of Turkey, born in 1823, succeeded his father, Mahmud II, 1st July, 1839.
"The New Gresham Encyclopedia. Vol. 1 Part 1" by Various
ANTAC'ID, an alkali, or any remedy for acidity in the stomach.
"The New Gresham Encyclopedia. Vol. 1 Part 2" by Various

In poetry:

I spoke to ’em as man to man,
I said I’d fight ’em all;
I would have broke O’Mealleys neck,
And tanned the hide of Hall.
"The Swagless Swaggie" by Edward Harrington
Then we reached Wambala’s palace
Up the stairs of precious stone,
And I told her how I’d loved her
As I knelt beside her throne.
"Wambala of the Streams." by R S Ward
God! how I’ve wearied for the Spring,
To hear the birds above me sing;
And see the blue within the sky,
For there were times I thought I’d die.
"God! How I've Wearied For The Spring" by Joseph Corrie
When asked if he’d anything to say
Why he shouldn’t be sentenced for life
He said, “I don’t care what becomes of me
But I’d like to insure the wife.”
"The Wedding That Never Was" by Billy Bennett
I wouldn’t for worlds hurt Jim’s feelings,
For he never would like me again—
But there was my dearest, sweet teacher,
And I’d die if my words gave her pain.
"Why I Went To The Foot" by Ellis Parker Butler
But now, in this evening time,
It’s to myself I return, the last port,
Having sensed, found, and known.
Remembering that once I’d laughed.
That flight for which I staked a life.
"Share" by Ozdemir Asaf

In news:

Help homeowner ID man who broke in.
Like a fingerprint , every computer has a set of parameters which make it possible to create a unique ID.
Veteran ' firewalker ' IDs the funny and the flamers.
1100 W Jefferson St, Boise Boise Downtown and Fringe ID 83702.
Read a FAQ on the fight over voter ID.
Serial iPhone thief can be ID'd by 'I'm Me' tattoo on forehead , police say.
Noncitizen voters ID'd fraction of those first alleged by Gessler.
Oversampling Dems Party ID has shifted, but polls are stuck in '08 methodology.
Bedke officially aiming for ID House speaker job.
They only have to show their ID.
Boeing and FedEx Test Active Radio Frequency ID Tags on MD-10 Freighter .
ID#A1353480 3 month old, West Highland Terrier Mix.
Police ID woman whose body was found in garbage can Arrest made in death of Stockton woman.
653 Blue Lakes Blvd Twin Falls, ID Eastern Idaho 208-735-1228.
A Trigger for Hospital Readmissions ID'd by Geriatric Experts.

In science:

Then kKB k < 1 and (Id − KB )−1 is a bounded linear operator such that (Id − KB )−1 − Id = KB · (Id − KB )−1 is trace class.
Determinantal random point fields
E (P , F ) := {e ∈ P ⊗ F |(∆P ⊗ id)(e) = (id ⊗ ρ)(e)}.
Locally trivial quantum vector bundles and associated vector bundles
E (P , F ) := {γE ∈ horΓc (P ) ⊗ F |(∆PΓ ⊗ id)(γE ) = (id ⊗ ρ)(γE )}.
Locally trivial quantum vector bundles and associated vector bundles
E ); (id ⊗ ∆ ⊗ id)(γiE ) = (id ⊗ id ⊗ ρ)(γiE )}.
Locally trivial quantum vector bundles and associated vector bundles
Thus u(∆ − id )u∗ − uN (∆N − id )u∗N = u(∆ − id )u∗ − − uPN (∆PN − id )PN u∗ = (u∆u∗ − u∆PN u∗) + + (uu∗ − uPN u∗) = uu∗ − uPN u∗ with probability → 1 as N → ∞.
Coordinate restrictions of linear operators in $l_2^n$
This shows that the difference between ku(∆ − id )u∗k and kuN (∆N − id )u∗N k is at most εN , with probability at least 1 − εN , where εN → 0 as N → ∞.
Coordinate restrictions of linear operators in $l_2^n$
Its inverse β is given by β : σ 7→ {prV ◦ σ |V ⊗i }i≥0 , because the explicit lifting property of (a) shows that β ◦ α = id, and the uniqueness part of (a) shows that α ◦ β = id.
Infinity-Inner-Products on A-Infinity-Algebras
The last step looks strange, because ∆M ◦ f = (id ⊗ f ) ◦ ∆ + (f ⊗ id) ◦ ∆.
Infinity-Inner-Products on A-Infinity-Algebras
A⊗j −→ A, (f ◦ g )j := X ±fk+1+m ◦ (id⊗k ⊗ gl ⊗ id⊗m ).
Infinity-Inner-Products on A-Infinity-Algebras
One has the explicit formulae u = m ◦ (S ⊗ id)(R21 ), u−1 = m ◦ (id ⊗ S 2 )(R21 ), (I.e., u = Pi S (fi )ei if R = Pi ei ⊗ fi ).
From Subfactors to Categories and Topology II. The quantum double of tensor categories and subfactors
The coassociativity equation: (∆ ⊗ id)∆ = (id ⊗ ∆)∆.
Coassociativity breaking and oriented graphs
The counit equation: (id ⊗ ǫ)∆ = id = (ǫ ⊗ id)∆.
Coassociativity breaking and oriented graphs
Yet it has no counit but only ǫ(b) = 0 and thus verifying (id ⊗ ǫ)∆ = id.
Coassociativity breaking and oriented graphs
The coassociativity breaking equation: ( ˜∆ ⊗ id)∆ = (id ⊗ ∆) ˜∆.
Coassociativity breaking and oriented graphs
The left counit equation: (˜ǫ ⊗ id) ˜∆ = id.
Coassociativity breaking and oriented graphs