Definition of First-order

1. Adjective. (context: mathematics logic) Describing the simplest of many models, languages, relationship, forms of logical discourse etc, or the first in a numerical sequence of such things. ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of First-order

first-come-first-serve(p)
first-come-first-served
first-degree
first-degree burn
first-degree burns
first-degree murder
first-floor
first-footing
first-generation
first-half
first-hand
first-mover
first-name
first-nighter
first-order (current term)
first-order correlation
first-order kinetics
first-order logic
first-order reaction
first-order spectrum
first-party
first-past-the-post
first-person
first-person plural
first-person plurals
first-person shooter
first-person shooters
first-person singular

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