ID

id

(noun) (psychoanalysis) primitive instincts and energies underlying all psychic activity

ID, I.D.

(noun) a card or badge used to identify the bearer; “you had to show your ID in order to get in”

Idaho, Gem State, ID, Id.

(noun) a state in the Rocky Mountains

Source: WordNet® 3.1


Noun

ID (countable and uncountable, plural IDs)

Initialism of identification or identity documentation.

(music) An electronic music track without an official title.

(radio, television) An ident.

Abbreviation of identifier.

Abbreviation of intelligent design.

Abbreviation of industrial design.

Abbreviation of inside diameter.

Abbreviation of inner diameter.

Abbreviation of internal diameter.

Abbreviation of industry discount.

Proper noun

ID

Abbreviation of Idaho.

Verb

ID (third-person singular simple present ID's or IDs, present participle ID'ing or IDing, simple past and past participle ID'ed or ID'd or IDed)

(transitive) To identify (an object, etc.).

(transitive) To request to see a person’s identification for proof of identity or age.

Anagrams

• DI, Di, dI, di, di-

Etymology 1

Noun

id (plural ids)

The unconscious impulsive component of the personality in the Freudian psychoanalytic model.

Synonyms

• (unconscious impulsive component of the personality): lizard brain, reptilian brain

Coordinate terms

• ego

• superego

Etymology 2

Noun

id (plural ids)

Alternative spelling of ide

Etymology 3

Noun

id (plural ids)

(computing) Identifier.

Etymology 4

Noun

id

Used in citations to state that the citation is to the work immediately previously cited.

Anagrams

• DI, Di, dI, di, di-

Source: Wiktionary



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