Norm or NORM may refer to:
A designated standard of average performance of people of a given age, background, etc.
- Norm (artificial intelligence), a set of statements used to regulate artificial intelligence software
- Norm (philosophy), sentences within philosophy with practical implications
- Norm (social), expected patterns of behaviour and belief, often studied in sociology, social psychology, and a myriad of other academic fields.
- Peremptory norm, a fundamental principle of international law which is accepted by the international community of states as a norm from which no derogation is ever permitted
- Norm, a statistical concept in psychometrics representing the aggregate responses of a standardized and representative group are established for a test, against which a subject is compared
- NORM, an abbreviation for naturally occurring radioactive materials
- NORM, an acronym coined by Chambers and Trudgill (1980) to refer to a group speakers frequently used in dialect studies ("non-mobile older rural males")
- Norm (mathematics), a map that assigns lengths to vectors, with some variations:
- Surface normal, a vector which is perpendicular to a surface
- Field norm in algebraic number theory and Galois theory
- Norm of an ideal, the ideal theoretic generalization of the field norm
- Norm (group), a certain subgroup of a group
- Norm (abelian group), generalization of norm to abelian groups
- A map from a pointset into the ordinals, inducing a prewellordering
- In class field theory, a norm group is a group that is the image of the multiplicative group of a field.
- Norm Macdonald (b. 1963), a Canadian comedian
- Norm Abram, carpenter in the television show This Old House
- Norm Peterson, a character in the sitcom Cheers and its spin-off Frasier
- Norm, a character from the Life. Be in it. campaign
- Norm the giant robot man from Phineas and Ferb
- The Norm Show, a television series featuring Norm Macdonald as the titular character
- Grandmaster norm, a chess result required to qualify for an official title
- Norms Restaurants, a chain of restaurants in Southern California
- The Norm (disambiguation)
- Norman (disambiguation)
- Normal (disambiguation)
- Norma (disambiguation)
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Norm — Norm … Deutsch Wörterbuch
NORM-UK — Type Health charity Registration No. Registered Charity No. 1072831 Founded 1994 Location Stone, Staffordshire Key people Dr John Warren (chairman) Area served … Wikipedia
Norm — (von lateinisch norma ursprünglich ‚Winkelmaß‘, dann aber auch ‚Richtschnur‘, ‚Maßstab‘, ‚Regel‘, ‚Vorschrift‘) steht für: einen durch bestimmte Prozesse festgelegten, allgemein anerkannten Standard eine anerkannte Regel der Technik, siehe… … Deutsch Wikipedia
NORM-UK — Contexte général Champs d’action Lutte contre la circoncision Zone d’influence … Wikipédia en Français
norm — [nɔːm ǁ nɔːrm] noun [singular] the usual and expected situation, way of doing something etc: • Private businesses award an average of 0.35% commission compared with the industry s norm of 0.5%. • Budget surpluses are now the norm. * * * norm UK… … Financial and business terms
norm — [no:m US no:rm] n [Date: 1800 1900; : Latin; Origin: norma tool for checking straight lines and angles ] 1.) the usual or normal situation, way of doing something etc be/become the norm ▪ Short term contracts are now the norm with some big… … Dictionary of contemporary English
norm — [ nɔrm ] noun ** 1. ) count something that is usual or expected: Computer generated images will become an accepted norm in movies. the norm: These children live in communities where failure is the norm. Fast cars have become the norm. 2. ) count… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
norm — I noun average, general performance, generality, habit, median, midpoint, model, mold, ordinary run, pattern, point of comparison, regular performance, rule, standard, typical performance II index code, criterion, cross section, example … Law dictionary
Norm — Sf std. (14. Jh.) Entlehnung. Entlehnt aus l. nōrma Richtschnur, Regel (zunächst ein Geräte zum Messen rechter Winkel), das unklarer Herkunft ist. Adjektive: normal, normativ; Verben: normen, normieren. Ebenso nndl. norm, ne. norm, nfrz. norme … Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache
norm — norm, social norm, normative In sociology a norm is a shared expectation of behaviour that connotes what is considered culturally desirable and appropriate. Norms are similar to rules or regulations in being prescriptive, although they lack the… … Dictionary of sociology