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X

Symbol for the Kienböck unit when expressed in quantity; xanthosine; halogen atom; unspecified amino acid (also expressed as Xaa).

X

Symbol for reactance when expressed on ohms.

X

xanthine or xanthosine.

x

/x / abscissa.

X

abbr.
1. Christ (Greek Χριστος, Khristos)
2. Christian
3. or x ex
4. ex dividend
5. or x experimental
6. extra
7.
a. extreme
b. extremely

x

 Symbol for:
1. Abscissa.
2. Mean–statistics.
3. Xylose.

X

Symbol for:
1. Any unknown amino acid.
2. Any unknown quantity.
3. Arithmetic mean–statistics.
4. The term for the axis on a graph.
5. Ecstasy–a designer drug, see there.
6. Exphoria distance–ophthalmology.
7. Female chromosome.
8.  X-ray.
9. Xanthine.
10. Xanthosine.

X

Abbreviation for reactance; xanthosine.

X

Abbreviation for crossbite.

X

symbol, Kienböck's unit (of x-ray exposure).
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