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  • Alef first letter of the Hebraic alphabet, representing one-dimensional spaces straights, paths, curves in space, circumferences, parabolas and other conics, etc.
  • Beth second letter of the Hebraic alphabet, representing two-dimensional spaces: planes, surfaces, sphere shells, etc.
  • Belight - light emitted by antimatter. Electromagnetic waves having properties that are complementary to the waves we know.
  • Guimel third letter of the Hebraic alphabet, representing three-dimensional spaces, like, for example, the three- dimensional space in which we live.
  • Daled fourth letter of the Hebraic alphabet, representing four-dimensional spaces, like, for example, any space with four Cartesian coordinates.
  • Hei fifth letter of the Hebraic alphabet, representing five-dimensional spaces, like for example, any space with five Cartesian coordinates.
  • Vav sixth letter of the Hebraic alphabet, representing six-dimensional spaces, like, for example, any space with six Cartesian coordinates.
  • Multidimensional spaces spaces with more than three dimension, or Hyperspace.
  • Metrical spaces - ingenuously, these are spaces the dimensions of which can be measured with instruments like rulers, or, intuitively, the dimensions of which are distances.
  • Chronic spaces - ingenuously, these are spaces the dimensions of which can be measured with instruments like clocks, or, intuitively, the dimensions of which are temporal.
  • Cosmos the entirety of all possible infinite metrical dimensions and all possible infinite chronic dimensions.
  • Orthotropic space the geometrical place where, for any two points, the straight line defined by these two dots is completely contained in this space. It is the geometrical place of the straights (ortos). Example: the straight, the Euclidian plane and the three-dimensional space in which we live.
  • Spherone geometrical solid in four dimensions, like a sphere whose radius is a function of a fourth coordinate.
  • Hypergeometry geometry of spaces with any number of dimensions.
  • Hyperspace space with more than three dimensions and which, therefore, cannot be contained in our three-dimensional space.
  • Hyperphysics physics of hyperspace.
  • Metersecond hybrid unit of hybrid spaces, i. e. metrical and chronic. Example: plane XT distance and time. Distances in hybrid spaces are neither metrical nor chronic, unless they are parallel to a metrical or chronic axis. I suggest: 1 metrosecond = 1 orguia.
  • Orguia suggestion for a new unit to measure distances in hybrid spaces, i. e. chronic and metrical. 1 orguia = 1 metro- second ; Note: the ancient greek orguia was approximately 1.8504 meter ; it is the measuring unit that is closest to the meter. Orguia is the measurement unit to express distances in cosmos.
  • Hypercube solid geometrical cube in more than three dimensions.
  • Zain - seventh letter of the Hebraic alphabet to represent seven-dimensional spaces, as, for example, any space with seven Cartesian coordinates.
  • Point geometrical unit of a pure mathematical concept and whose dimension is zero. Physically, the point does not exist, it is a mathematical abstraction.
  • Hyper-straight within our concept, the hyper-straight does not exist. The straight is always defined by two points belonging to cosmos.
  • Hyper-plane within our concept, the hyper-plane does not exist. The plane is always defined by three points in cosmos that do not belong to the same straight. ......................................................................................... .........................................................................................

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