coherency

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noun co·her·en·cy \kō-ˈhir-ən(t)-sē, -ˈher-\

Definition of coherency

plural

coherencies

Recent Examples of coherency from the Web

  • For those honestly concerned with improving order, coherency, and accessibility in domain naming, the semirecent proposals of seven new top-level suffixes – much less AlterNIC-style domain anarchy – represent the ultimate Maalox moment.

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Origin and Etymology of coherency

coher(ent) + -ency, after Latin cohaerentia


First Known Use: 1603


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