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Alef – first letter of the Hebraic alphabet, representing
onedimensional spaces straights, paths, curves in space,
circumferences, parabolas and other conics, etc.
Beth – second letter of the Hebraic alphabet, representing
twodimensional 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
threedimensional spaces, like, for example, the three
dimensional space in which we live.
Daled – fourth letter of the Hebraic alphabet, representing
fourdimensional spaces, like, for example, any space with four
Cartesian coordinates.
Hei – fifth letter of the Hebraic alphabet, representing
fivedimensional spaces, like for example, any space with five
Cartesian coordinates.
Vav – sixth letter of the Hebraic alphabet, representing
sixdimensional 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 threedimensional 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 threedimensional
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
sevendimensional 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.
Hyperstraight – within our concept, the
hyperstraight does not exist. The straight is always
defined by two points belonging to cosmos.
Hyperplane – within our concept, the hyperplane 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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