id
I. noun Etymology: New Latin, from Latin, it Date: 1924 the one of the three divisions of the psyche in psychoanalytic theory that is completely unconscious and is the source of psychic energy derived from instinctual needs and drives — compare ego, superego II. abbreviation idem

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  • ID — ID, I.D. or id may refer to:Abbreviations* Ibid (ibidem, Idem), a citation identifier for a source that was cited in the preceding endnote or footnote * Identification * Military and civilian neck ID tags ** Identity card, a card used to… …   Wikipedia

  • ID — ID, ID I.D.([imac] d[=e] ), n. [capitalized] [shortened form of identification.] any document testifying to teh identity of the bearer, especially a card or badge. Syn: ID. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • ID — ID, ID I.D.([imac] d[=e] ), n. [capitalized] [shortened form of identification.] any document testifying to teh identity of the bearer, especially a card or badge. Syn: ID. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Id. — Id. (Latin, short for idem , the same ) is the term used in legal citations for the previously cited source (cf. ibid). It is also used in academic citations where it replaces the name of a repeated author.Legal example*United States v. Martinez… …   Wikipedia

  • Id — Id, n. (Zo[ o]l.) A small fresh water cyprinoid fish ({Leuciscus idus} or {Idus idus}) of Europe. A domesticated variety, colored like the goldfish, is called {orfe} in Germany. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • id — ([i^]d), n. (Psychoanalysis) That part of a person s psyche which is the unconscious source of impulses seeking gratification or pleasure; the impulses are usually modified by the {ego} and {superego} before being acted upon. [PJC] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • .id — Infobox Top level domain |name=.id|background=#CCF| |introduced= 1993 (Fully operational on 1996)|type=Country code top level domain|status=Active|registry=PANDI|sponsor=IDNIC PPAU Mikroelektronika|intendeduse=Entities connected with… …   Wikipedia

  • ID — I. transitive verb (ID d or IDed; ID ing or IDing) Date: 1944 identify < ID d the thief > II. abbreviation 1. Idaho 2. identification 3. independe …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • -id — I. noun suffix Etymology: in sense 1, from Latin ides, masculine patronymic suffix, from Greek idēs; in sense 2, from Italian ide, from Latin id , is, feminine patronymic suffix, from Greek 1. one belonging to a (specified) dynastic line <… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • id — Idem I dem, pron. or adj. [L.] The same; the same as above; often abbreviated {id.} [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • -id — *In the English language, suffix id changes some nouns into adjectives, particularly nouns ending in or and er. From Greek idos. Examples * horror > horrid * vapor > vapid * valor > valid * turgor > turgid * torpor > torpid * candor > candid *… …   Wikipedia

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