From Latin normalis.
- According to norms or rules.
#:Organize the data into third normal form.
- <!--DefB-->Usual; ordinary
#:Felicia baked the bread the normal way.
- <!--DefC-->Healthy; not sick or ill
#:John is feeling normal again.
- <!--DefD-->Pertaining to a school to teach teachers how to teach.
#:My grandmother attended Mankato State Normal School.
- <!--DefF-->(informal, pejorative towards homosexuals) Heterosexual.
#:We don't like your sort around here - this bar is for normal people.
- <!--DefG-->chemistry of, relating to, or being a solution containing one equivalent weight of solute per litre of solution.
- physics (Of a mode in an oscillating system) In which all parts of an object vibrate at the same frequency; See w:normal mode|normal mode
- geometry Perpendicular to a tangent line or derivative of a surface in Euclidean space.
#:The interior normal vector of a ideal perfect sphere will always point toward the center, and the exterior normal vector directly away, and both will always be co-linear with the ray whose' tip ends at the point of intersection, which is the intersection of all three sets of points.
- algebra (Of a subgroup) whose cosets form a group
- algebra (Of a field extension of a field K) which is the splitting field of a family of polynomials in K
- probability theory (Of a distribution) which has a very specific bell curve shape
- complex analysis (Of a family of continuous functions) which is pre-compact
- set theory (Of a function from the ordinals to the ordinals) which is strictly monotonically increasing and continuous with respect to the order topology
- linear algebra (Of a matrix) which commutes with its conjugate transpose
- functional analysis (Of a Hilbert space operator) which commutes with its adjoint
- category theory (Of an epimorphism) which is the cokernel of some morphism
- category theory (Of a monomorphism) which is the kernel of some morphism
- category theory (Of a morphism) which is a normal epimorphism or a normal monomorphism
- category theory (Of a category) in which every monomorphism is normal
- (Of a real number) whose digits, in any base representation, enjoy a uniform distribution
- topology (Of a topology) in which disjoint closed sets can be separated by disjoint neighborhoods
<!--DefB-->(usual): conventional, ordinary, standard, usual
<!--DefC-->(healthy): hale, healthy, well
<!--DefE-->(perpendicular): at right angles to, perpendicular, orthogonal
<!--DefF-->(heterosexual): heterosexual, straight
<!--DefB-->(usual): unconventional, nonstandard, unusual
<!--DefC-->(healthy): ill, poorly (British), sick, unwell
<!--DefA-->;according to norms or rules
Danish: normal, almindelig
Hungarian: normÃ¡lis, rendes, normÃ¡l
Polish: normalny m, normalna f, normalne n
Arabic: Arab|Ø¹Ø§Ø¯Ù�|Ø¹Ø§Ø¯Ù�Ù� (Ê�Ä�diy), Arab|Ø·Ø¨Ù�Ø¹Ù� IPAchar|(Ê�abÄ«Ê�iy)
Chinese: æ£å¸¸ç�� (zhÃ¨ngchÃ¡ng de)
Dutch: normaal, normale, gewoon, gewone
Hungarian: rendes, normÃ¡lis
Japanese: æ�®é��ã�® (ã�µã�¤ã��ã�®, futsÅ«no)
Korean: ì �ì��ì�� (jeongsangui)
Norwegian: normal, ordinÃ¦r, vanlig, alminnelig
Polish: normalny m, normalna f, normalne n, zwykÅ�y m, zwykÅ�a f, zwykÅ�e n
Russian: Ð½Ð¾Ñ�Ð¼Ð°Ð»Ñ�Ð½Ñ�Ð¹ (normÃ¡lâ��nyj)
<!--DefC-->;healthy; not sick or ill
Spanish: normal, bien, sano m
<!--DefD-->;pertaining to a school to teach teachers how to teach
- <!--DefG-->geometry A line or vector that is perpendicular to another.
<!--DefG-->;mathematics: a line perpendicular to another.
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French: normal m, normale f
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Category:1000 English basic words
normal m (f normale, m plural normaux, f plural normales)
- <!--DefA--><!--DefB--><!--DefD--><!--DefE-->normal gloss|French