AskDefine | Define id

Dictionary Definition

I.D. n : a card or badge used to identify the bearer; "you had to show your ID in order to get in" [syn: ID]ID

Noun

1 a state in the Rocky Mountains [syn: Idaho, Gem State]
2 a card or badge used to identify the bearer; "you had to show your ID in order to get in" [syn: I.D.]
3 (psychoanalysis) primitive instincts and energies underlying all psychic activity

User Contributed Dictionary

Translingual

Number

id

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English

Etymology 1

Pronunciation

Noun

  1. One of the three components of the in the Freudianpsychoanalytic model

Etymology 2

Alternative spellings

Noun

  1. A freshwater keyword fish of the family Cyprinidae found across northern Europe and Asia.
Synonyms
id. or id
  1. abbreviation of
  2. Abbreviation of the Latin word , same. Used in citations to state that the citation is found in the same work as the one previously cited.

See also

Danish

Noun

id

Latin

Pronunciation

Personal pronoun

id
  1. it (nominative neuter of is used as subject)
  2. It (accusative neuter of is used as object'')

Malay

Noun

id

Maltese

Etymology

Noun

id

Spanish

Verb

es-verb-form ir

Swedish

Noun

id
  1. In the context of "obsolete|lang=sv}} effort

Extensive Definition

ID, I.D. or id may refer to:
In abbreviations:
In codes:
In computer science:
In geography:
  • İd, town in Turkey
In popular culture:
  • i-D, a British fashion magazine
  • I.D. (magazine), and American magazine focusing on Architecture, Graphic and Industrial Design
  • I.D. (film), the 1995 British film, directed by Philip Davis
  • iD Two, RTÉ television programme
  • ID (manga), a Korean manhua of the European fantasy genre
  • Investigation Discovery, an American cable channel which is abbreviated as ID.
In mathematics:
  • Influence diagram, a graphical and mathematical representation of a decision situation
  • Inside diameter, a dimension commonly used to specify the size of tubing or pipe
  • An identity function, a function that always returns the same value that was used as its argument.
Other uses:
id in Afrikaans: ID
id in Czech: ID
id in Danish: Id
id in German: ID
id in Modern Greek (1453-): ID
id in Esperanto: Id
id in French: ID
id in Korean: ID
id in Italian: ID
id in Latin: ID
id in Dutch: ID
id in Japanese: ID
id in Norwegian: ID
id in Norwegian Nynorsk: Id
id in Polish: ID
id in Portuguese: ID
id in Kölsch: ID (Watt ėßß datt?)
id in Russian: Id (значения)
id in Finnish: Id
id in Swedish: Id
id in Chinese: ID

Synonyms, Antonyms and Related Words

anima, archetypal pattern, archetype, blind impulse, coconscious, collective unconscious, conscience, conscious self, death instinct, ego, ego ideal, ego-id conflict, ethical self, foreconscious, impulse, inborn proclivity, instinct, libidinal energy, libido, mind, motive force, natural instinct, natural tendency, persona, personality, pleasure principle, preconscious, primitive self, psyche, psychic apparatus, racial unconscious, self, subconscious, subconscious mind, subconscious urge, subliminal, subliminal self, submerged mind, superego, unconscious, unconscious mind, unlearned capacity, unreasoning impulse, vital impulse
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