NounImage (plural Images)
- An optical or other representation of a real object; a graphic; a picture.
- A mental picture of something not real or not present.
- (computing) A file that contains all information needed to produce a live working copy. (see disk image, executable image and image copy)
- Most game console emulators do not come with any ROM images for copyright reasons.
- A characteristic of a person, group or company etc., style, manner of dress, how one is, or wishes to be, perceived by others.
- (mathematics) Something mapped to by a function.
- The number 6 is the image of 3 under f that is defined as f(x) = 2*x.
- (mathematics) The subset of a codomain comprising those elements that are images of something.
- The image of this step function is the set of integers.
- (representation): picture
- (mental picture): idea
- (something mapped to): value
- (subset of the codomain): range
- (transitive) To represent symbolically
- (transitive) To reflect, mirror
- (transitive) To create an image of.
- (transitive, computing) To create a complete backup copy of a file system or other entity.
Adjectives for Image
dead; latest; fixed; dull; mimic; remembered; faint; delusive; watery; sacred; mental; faithful; concise; imperial; wavering; colossal; familiar; pathetic; discreet; wandering; visionary; helpless; fallen; blurred; falsest; contrasted; imperfect; radiant; licentious; agreeable; vague; tissued; thronging (pi); sweetest; tremulous; reduced; indistinct; sainted; idolatrous; teasing; rude; carved; graven; serene; sublime; heavenly; impassive; bronze; waxen;scattered (pi); flying; livid; exact; unsculp-tured; spitting; distorted; monstrous; confused; hampered; lovely; mysterious; visible; newborn; ludicrous; perceptible; royal; peace-bearing; magnified; graceful; wonder-working; wrinkled; heroic; constant; effective; fallen; luminous; palpitating; deathlike; fantastic; delicate; pleasant; vivid; poetical; horrible; foul; votive; reflex; compendious; dreamlike; artificial; subordinate; molten.
Verbs for Image
bow before—; call up—; carve—; confront with—; conjure up—; convey—; distort—; efface—; etch—; evoke—; evolve—; exalt —; focus—; perpetuate—; picture—; preserve—; project—; reflect—; reject—; retain—; scorn—; stamp—; summon—; transform—; transmit—; —blooms; —gleams; — glimmers; —represents; —terrifies.
Doppelganger, Vorstellung, abstract, abstraction, adumbrate, affectation, affectedness, airs, airs and graces, allusion, ally, altarpiece, alter ego, analogon, analogue, angle, apparition, appearance, apprehension, archetypal pattern, archetype, artificiality, asiaticism, aspect, associate, badge, banner, black spot, block print, bloom, blooping, body forth, brother, call to mind, call up, cameo, cast, catalog, cataloging, certified copy, character, character sketch, characteristic, characterization, clone, close copy, close match, cognate, collage, color print, companion, complement, conceit, conceive, concept, conception, conceptualization, configuration, congenator, congener, conjure up, contemplate, coordinate, copy, corporealization, correlate, correlative, correspondent, counterfeit, counterpart, cyclorama, daub, dead ringer, definition, delineate, delineation, demonstrate, depict, depiction, describe, description, details, device, differentia, diptych, double, duplicate, earmark, ectype, effect, effigy, eidetic image, eidolon, embodiment, embody, engram, engraving, envisage, envisaging, envision, envisioning, epitome, equal, equivalent, essence, euphuism, evocation, exact likeness, exemplify, facade, facet, facsimile, fair copy, faithful copy, fake, false front, false image, false show, fancy, fantasy, fashion, father image, feature, feigned belief, fellow, fetish, figurative language, figurativeness, figure, figure of speech, flare, floridity, flourish, flower, flowery style, foreshadow, forgery, form, fresco, fringe area, front, gestalt, ghost, glass, granulation, graphic account, graven image, grid, guise, hallmark, hard shadow, hypocrisy, icon, idea, idiosyncrasy, idol, idolum, ikon, illumination, illustrate, illustration, imagery, imagery study, imagine, imaging, imagism, imagistic poetry, imago, imitation, impersonate, impression, incarnate, incarnation, index, indicant, indicator, insignia, insincerity, intellectual object, interpret, itemization, just see, keynote, kindred spirit, lifelike image, light, like, likeness, limn, limning, lineaments, living image, living picture, look, look upon, manner, manner of speaking, mannerism, mark, match, mate, materialization, measure, memory, memory trace, memory-trace, mental image, mental impression, mental picture, mental representation, mere show, metaphor, miniature, mirage, mirror, mirroring, model, montage, mosaic, mould, multiple image, mural, near duplicate, noise, nonliterality, nonliteralness, note, notion, objectification, objectify, observation, obverse, opinion, ornament, panorama, parallel, particularization, pasticcio, pastiche, peculiarity, pendant, perception, personate, personification, personify, phantasm, phantasma, phantasmagoria, phantom, phase, phasis, phasm, phenomenon, phony, photograph, picture, picture noise, picture shifts, picturing, poetic imagery, portrait, portraiture, portray, portrayal, prefigure, presence, pretense, pretension, pretypify, print, profile, project, property, prunes and prisms, public image, purple passage, put-on, putting on airs, rain, realize, recept, reciprocal, reference, reflect, reflection, regard, reification, render, rendering, rendition, replica, represent, representation, representative, reproduction, resemblance, respect, ringer, rolling, rubbing, scanning pattern, scintillation, sculpture, seal, second self, see, seeming, semblance, sentiment, shade, shading, shadow, shadow forth, sham, shape, show, side, sigil, sign, signal, signature, simile, similitude, simulacrum, sister, sketch, slant, snow, snowstorm, soul mate, speaking, specification, specter, spit, spit and image, spitting image, stained glass window, stamp, statue, stencil, still life, style, stylishness, such, suchlike, summon up, supposition, sure sign, symbol, symptom, tableau, tally, tapestry, telltale sign, the like of, the likes of, theory, thought, total effect, trace, tracing, trait, traumatic trace, triptych, trope, turn of expression, twin, twist, typical example, unconscious memory, unnaturalness, very image, very picture, view, viewpoint, vignette, vision, visual image, visualization, visualize, vivid description, waking dream, wall painting, way of speaking, wildest dream, wise, word painting, word-painting, wraith
- Image in Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary, G. & C. Merriam, 1913
- Image in The Century Dictionary, The Century Co., New York, 1911
Image f. (plural Images)
- first-person singular present indicative of imager
- third-person singular present indicative of imager
- first-person singular present subjunctive of imager
- third-person singular present subjunctive of imager
- second-person singular imperative of imager
From Latin imago (“a copy, likeness, image”).
- IPA: /i.maʒ/, X-SAMPA: /i.maZ/
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- Rhymes: -aʒ
- Homophones: images, imagent
- Hyphenation: i‧mage