NounPath (plural Paths)
- a trail for the use of, or worn by, pedestrians.
- a course taken.
- (paganism) A Pagan tradition, for example witchcraft, Wicca, druidism, Heathenry.
- a metaphorical course.
- a method or direction of proceeding.
- (graph theory) a sequence of vertices from one vertex to another using the arcs (edges). A path does not visit the same vertex more than once (unless it is a closed path, where only the first and the last vertex are the same).
- (topology) a continuous map <math>f</math> from the unit interval <math>I = [0,1]</math> to a topological space <math>X</math>.
Adjectives for Path
hollow-worn; pragmatic; steep; obliterated; slippery; murmuring; damp; luring; zigzag; fringed; twilight; winding; bushy; slender; straitened; adventuresome; hidden; trodden; dissimilar (plural); pleasant; unknown; upward; tempting; wild; lone; joyous; numerous (plural) ; rustling; sinuous; mountain; impracticable; bridle; predetermined; readier; pebbly; tortuous; desolated; endless; outgoing; dusk-shrouded; perilous; silvery; sacred; golden; green-bordered; hazardous; thorny; rough; pleasant; destructive; intricate; unstable; primrose; haughty; delicate; fairylike; factious; grave; beaten; fatal; enticing; pretty; gloomy; overgrown; dreary; chequered; dubious; flashing; conventional; inaccessible; solitary; untried; arduous; blustering; eccentric; homeward; radiating; frequented; lowly; shadowy; perpendicular; stone-flagged; artistic; tiny; intersecting; graveled; destined; somber; labyrinthine; acclivous; giddy; narrow; paved; devious; peaceful; lonesome; pilgrim; darkling; firm; desolate; downward; gravel; doctrinaire; difficult; insecure; shelving; intermediate; climbing; uncharted; converging; unconscious; enchanted; weary; precarious; shady; thankless; triumphal; right; dark; curved; comfortless; coincident; parabolic.
Verbs for Path
bury—; choose—; cut—; deck—; depart from—; discern—; establish—; inveigle into—; map out—; reflect—; smooth—; strew—; —allures; —beckons; —diverges; — entices; —invites; —swerves; —veers; — winds.
Synonyms for Path
Terms derived from Path
runway, rut, scenario, scent, scheme, sea lane, series multiple, short, short circuit, shortcut, sidewalk, signs, spoor, strategy, street, technique, thoroughfare, tour, towing path, towpath, traces, track, trade route, trail, traject, trajectory, trajet, trottoir, vapor trail, vector field, wake, walk, walkway, way, air lane, air line, air route, airway, alameda, approach, artery, avenue, beat, beaten path, beaten track, berm, bicycle path, boardwalk, boulevard, break, bridle path, broken circuit, catwalk, channel, circuit, circuital field, closed circuit, complete circuit, condensation trail, contrail, corridor, course, dead circuit, direction, drag, esplanade, fastwalk, flight path, foot pavement, footpath, footway, galvanic circuit, game plan, garden path, groove, highway, hiking trail, hot circuit, itinerary, lane, lateral circuit, leg, line, live circuit, loop, magnetic circuit, mall, means, method, microcircuit, multiple circuit, multiple series, orbit, parade, passage, pathway, piste, plan, prado, primrose path, printed circuit, procedure, process, promenade, public walk, road, round, route, run,
Old English pæþ, from Proto-Germanic *paþaz (compare West Frisian paad, Dutch pad, German Pfad), from Scytho-Sarmatian (compare Avestan pɑntɑ, gen. pɑθɑ 'way', Old Persian pɑthi-), from Proto-Indo-European *pent- (compare English find). More at find.