Note: these 'words' (valid or invalid) are all the permutations of the word map. These words are obtained by scrambling the letters in map.
Definitions and meaning of map
Shortening of Middle Englishmappemounde, mapemounde(“world map”), from Old Frenchmapamonde, from Medieval Latinmappa mundī, compound of Latinmappa(“napkin, cloth”) and mundus(“world”). See mop for the first component.
(Received Pronunciation, General American): enPR: măp, IPA(key): /mæp/
A visual representation of an area, whether real or imaginary, showing the relative positions of places and other features.
a map of Australia, a map of Lilliput
2016, VOA Learning English (public domain)
Anna, it is a map.
A graphical or logical representation of any structure or system, showing the positions of or relationships between its components.
a map of the human genome, a map of the Earth's magnetic field
(mathematics) A function.
Let be a map from to
(entomology) Any of various nymphalid butterflies of the genera Araschnia (especially, Araschnia levana) and Cyrestis, having map-like markings on the wings.
(Britain, old-fashioned) The face.
(board games, video games) An imaginary or fictional area, often predefined and confined, where a game or a session thereof takes place.
For the most part, map and function are synonyms in mathematics, and are frequently used interchangeably; however, certain branches of mathematics sometimes use map in a specialised sense to mean a function that preserves some important property in that branch of mathematics, i.e. a morphism. For instance, in topology, map may specifically mean a continuous function, and in linear algebra it may specifically mean a linear transformation.
(video games):level, stage.
map (third-person singular simple presentmaps, present participlemapping, simple past and past participlemapped)
(transitive) To represent by means of a map.
(transitive) To create a map of; to examine or survey in order to gather information for a map.
(intransitive, followed by a "to" phrase) To have a direct relationship; to correspond.
This doesn't map to my understanding of how things should work.
(transitive, followed by a "to" phrase) To create a direct relationship to; to create a correspondence with.
(mathematics, transitive, followed by a "to" phrase) To act as a function on something, taking it to something else.
maps to , mapping every to .
(transitive, computing) To assign a drive letter to a shared folder.
map at OneLook Dictionary Search
AMP, APM, MPA, PAM, Pam, amp, p.m.a., pam, pma
Cognate with Bretonmab, Old Irishmacc.
Borrowed from GermanMappe, from Latinmappa.
mapf (pluralmappen, diminutivemapjen)
(computing) directory, folder
→ Indonesian: map
From Dutchmap(“folder”), from GermanMappe, from Latinmappa.