# ordinate definition

• organized in regular rows, as places in the wings of an insect.
• arranged on a regular basis in rows; orderly; disposed or arranged in an orderly or regular fashion.
• Well-ordered; organized; regular; methodical.
• noun:
• The airplane Cartesian coordinate representing the length from a specified point to the x-axis, measured parallel toward y-axis.
• the worth of a coordinate on the straight (Y) axis
• the exact distance of any point in a curve or a straight range, calculated on a line called the axis of ordinates or on a line parallel to it, from another line labeled as the axis of abscissas, where the matching abscissa of this point is assessed.
• In analytical geometry, a range accustomed determine the position of a spot in space, attracted from point to the axis of abscissas and parallel on axis of ordinates. See abscissa, and Cartesian coördinates (under Cartesian).
• Any one of a collection of parallel chords of a conic in terms of the diameter bisecting all of them. What within good sense had been called semiordinate is now generally called ordinate.
• the value of a coordinate in the vertical axis
• verb:
• to ordain a priest, or consecrate a bishop
• to align a number of items
• bring (elements or parts) into correct or desirable coordination correlation
• appoint to a clerical articles
• verb-transitive:
• To appoint, to regulate; to harmonize.
• others:
• Regular.
• Well-regulated; orderly; proper; due.
• In entomology, put in one or more regular rows: as, ordinate spines, punctures, places, etc.
• To ordain; appoint.
• To direct; dispose.

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