Definition of Proper. Meaning of Proper. Synonyms of Proper

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Definition of Proper

Proper
Proper Prop"er, adv. Properly; hence, to a great degree; very; as, proper good. [Colloq & Vulgar]

Meaning of Proper from wikipedia

- Proper may refer to: Proper map, in topology, a property of continuous function between topological spaces, if inverse images of compact subsets are compact...
- proper names are proper nouns: Peter and Africa are both proper names and proper nouns; but Peter the Great and South Africa, while they are proper names...
- Proper right and proper left are conceptual terms used to unambiguously convey relative direction when describing an image or other object. The "proper...
- Cl****ical Persian Hindī (Iranian Persian Hendi), meaning "Indian", from the proper noun Hind ("India"). The name Hindavī was used by Amir Khusrow in his poetry...
- A city proper is the area contained within city limits. A city proper is not limited to a city; it can describe the complete area of any locality that...
- A city proper is a locality defined according to legal or political boundaries and an administratively recognised urban status that is usually characterised...
- Sweden proper (Swedish: Egentliga Sverige) is a term used to distinguish those territories that were fully integrated into the Kingdom of Sweden, as opposed...
- of A), then A is a proper (or strict) subset of B, denoted by A ⊊ B , {\displaystyle A\subsetneq B,} or equivalently B is a proper (or strict) su****t...
- The hepatic artery proper (also proper hepatic artery) is the artery that supplies the liver and gallbladder. It raises from the common hepatic artery...
- In English orthography, the term proper adjective is sometimes applied to adjectives that take initial capital letters, and the term common adjective to...
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