**2.** Preposition. (context: colloquial) Except for differences accounted for by. ¹

**3.** Preposition. (context: extended use) With due allowance for (a specified exception or particular detail). ¹

**4.** Noun. (computing) the operation or function that returns the remainder of one number divided by another ¹

¹ *Source: wiktionary.com*

### Definition of Modulo

**1.** with respect to a modulus [adv]

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### Literary usage of Modulo

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

**1.** *The Theory of Numbers* by Robert Daniel Carmichael (1914)

"But it is easy to see that an integer y* of the set (^4) is or is not a primitive
root **modulo** p" according as k is or is not prime to p"~i(p — i). ..."**2.** *The Madison Colloquium 1913* by Leonard Eugene Dickson, William Fogg Osgood (1914)

"m; i < j) with integral coefficients taken **modulo** 2. In accord with Lecture III,
we shall use the term point to denote a set of m ordered elements, ..."**3.** *Annali Di Matematica Pura Ed Applicata* (1860)

"... dei **modulo** un'altra quantità V, per la quale sia ... caso come ha dimostrato
Le- gendre il parametro potrebbe essere collegato col **modulo** in due modi ..."**4.** *The Cambridge Colloquium 1916* by Griffith Conrad Evans, Oswald Veblen (1918)

"Congruences and Homologies, **modulo** 2 15. The definition of congruences and
homologies **modulo** 2 which was made in §§ 37, 38, Chap. II, applies without change ..."**5.** *Collectanea Anglo-premonstratensia: Documents Drawn from the Original* by Francis Aidan Gasquet, Royal Historical Society (Great Britain), Premonstratensians (1906)

"... quod bene valeo, pro **modulo** meo. Melius tarnen valerem si ad libitum vestro
presentí et desiderato colloquio possem ..."