Definition of Limit. Meaning of Limit. Synonyms of Limit

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Definition of Limit

Limit
Limit Lim"it, v. i. To beg, or to exercise functions, within a certain limited region; as, a limiting friar. [Obs.]

Meaning of Limit from wikipedia

- Limit or Limits may refer to: Limit (music), a way to characterize harmony "Limit" (song), a 2016 single by Luna Sea "Limits" (Paenda song), 2019 song...
- No Limit may refer to: No Limit Records, a record label founded by business mogul Master P No Limit Forever Records, a record label founded by Romeo Miller...
- of a limit of a sequence is further generalized to the concept of a limit of a topological net, and is closely related to limit and direct limit in category...
- limits is invariant. Limit inferior is also called infimum limit, limit infimum, liminf, inferior limit, lower limit, or inner limit; limit superior is also...
- The Hayflick limit, or Hayflick phenomenon, is the number of times a normal somatic, differentiated human cell po****tion will divide before cell division...
- No Limit Records was an American record label founded by Master P. The label's albums were distributed by Priority, Universal and Koch Records. The label...
- The fatigue limit or endurance limit is the stress level below which an infinite number of loading cycles can be applied to a material without causing...
- In celestial mechanics, the Roche limit, also called Roche radius, is the distance from a celestial body within which a second celestial body, held together...
- Oattes Van Schaik (formerly known as The Limit) was a 1980s musical group composed of Dutch producers Bernard Oattes and Rob van Schaik. In 1982 they...
- In mathematics, a limit point (or cluster point or ac****ulation point) of a set S {\displaystyle S} in a topological space X {\displaystyle X} is a point...