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Is module a Scrabble word?

Yes. The word module is a Scrabble US word. The word module is worth 9 points in Scrabble:

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Is module a Scrabble UK word?

Yes. The word module is a Scrabble UK word and has 9 points:

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Is module a Words With Friends word?

Yes. The word module is a Words With Friends word. The word module is worth 12 points in Words With Friends (WWF):

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- 6 letters words from 'module'
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MODULE _{9} |

LEDUM _{8} | LOMED _{8} |

LOUED _{6} | MODEL _{8} |

MOULD _{8} | MULED _{8} |

ODEUM _{8} | OLEUM _{7} |

DELO _{5} | DEMO _{7} |

DOLE _{5} | DOME _{7} |

DOUM _{7} | DUEL _{5} |

DULE _{5} | LEUD _{5} |

LODE _{5} | LOME _{6} |

LOUD _{5} | LUDE _{5} |

LUDO _{5} | MELD _{7} |

MEOU _{6} | MODE _{7} |

MOLD _{7} | MOLE _{6} |

MOUE _{6} | MULE _{6} |

OULD _{5} |

DEL _{4} | DOE _{4} |

DOL _{4} | DOM _{6} |

DUE _{4} | DUO _{4} |

ELD _{4} | ELM _{5} |

EMO _{5} | EMU _{5} |

LED _{4} | LEU _{3} |

LOD _{4} | LOU _{3} |

LUD _{4} | LUM _{5} |

MED _{6} | MEL _{5} |

MEU _{5} | MOD _{6} |

MOE _{5} | MOL _{5} |

MOU _{5} | MUD _{6} |

ODE _{4} | OLD _{4} |

OLE _{3} | OLM _{5} |

OUD _{4} | UDO _{4} |

ULE _{3} |

DE _{3} | DO _{3} |

ED _{3} | EL _{2} |

EM _{4} | LO _{2} |

ME _{4} | MO _{4} |

MU _{4} | OD _{3} |

OE _{2} | OM _{4} |

OU _{2} | UM _{4} |

Borrowed from French *module*, from Latin *modulus* (“a small measure, a measure, mode, meter”), diminutive of *modus* (“measure”) (whence *mode*). Doublet of *mold*.

- (Received Pronunciation) IPA
^{(key)}: /ˈmɒdjuːl/ - (General American) IPA
^{(key)}: /ˈmɑdʒuːl/

**module** (*plural* **modules**)

- A self-contained component of a system, often interchangeable, which has a well-defined interface to the other components.
- (architecture) A standard unit of measure used for determining the proportions of a building.
- (programming) A section of a program; a subroutine or group of subroutines.
**2001**, Phil Jones,*Visual Basic: A Complete Course*(page 254)- Class
**modules**are similar to form modules except they do not have a visible interface (GUI).

- Class

- A unit of education covering a single topic.
*Which***modules**are you studying next year?

- A pre-prepared adventure scenario with related materials for a role-playing game.
**2011**, Michael J. Tresca,*The Evolution of Fantasy Role-Playing Games*(page 81)- Dragonborn […] first appeared in the Dragons of Despair
**module**(1984) for Advanced Dungeons & Dragons as “dragonmen.”

- Dragonborn […] first appeared in the Dragons of Despair

- (algebra, ring theory) An abelian group equipped with the operation of multiplication by an element of a ring (or another of certain algebraic objects), representing a generalisation of the concept of
*vector space*with*scalar multiplication*.- Meronym: element

**1974**, Thomas W. Hungerford,*Algebra*, Springer, page 168,**Modules**over a ring are a generalization of abelian groups (which are**modules**over $\textstyle \mathbb {Z}$).

**2004**, Robert R. Colby, Kent R. Fuller,*Equivalence and Duality for*, Cambridge University Press, page vii,**Module**Categories (with Tilting and Cotilting for Rings)- Approximately forty-five years ago K. Morita presented the first major results on equivalences and dualities between categories of
**modules**over a pair of rings.

- Approximately forty-five years ago K. Morita presented the first major results on equivalences and dualities between categories of
**2012**, A. A. Kirillov,*Elements of the Theory of Representations*, Springer, page 29,- One defines in like manner
*right**K*-**modules**and*two-sided**K*-**modules**. If*K*is commutative, then every left*K*-**module**is automatically equipped with the structure of right and a two-sided*K*-**module**.

- One defines in like manner

- (fractal geometry, mathematics) A fractal element.
- (music) A file containing a music sequence that can be played in a tracker (called also
*mod*or*music module*). - (hydraulics) A contrivance for regulating the supply of water from an irrigation channel.
- (astronautics) An independent self-contained unit of a spacecraft.

- (abelian group equipped with multiplication by an element of a ring):
- For a given ring
*R*, one speaks of an "*R*-**module**" or, equivalently, of a "**module**over*R*".*R*is expected to be unital. *R*may also be a Lie algebra.- If
*K*is a field, "*K*-**module**" is identical to "*K*-vector space". - If the ring is not commutative, scalar multiplication of a module is defined as left- and/or right-multiplication, and one refers to a "left
*R*-**module**" or a "right*R*-**module**". - The concept of
is closely connected to the representation theory of groups and is central to both commutative algebra and homological algebra. Modules are also widely used in algebraic geometry and algebraic topology.**module**

- For a given ring

- (algebraic structure, mathematics): vector space, free module, projective module, injective module
- (astronautics): command module, lunar module

- mode
- model
- moderate

- module in
*Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary*, G. & C. Merriam, 1913. - module in
*The Century Dictionary*, The Century Co., New York, 1911 -
**Module**in the*Encyclopædia Britannica*(11th edition, 1911)

Borrowed from Latin *modulus*. Doublet of *moule*.

- IPA
^{(key)}: /mɔ.dyl/

**module** m (*plural* **modules**)

- module

- “module” in
*Trésor de la langue française informatisé*(*The Digitized Treasury of the French Language*).

**module**

- vocative singular of
*modulus*

**module**

- Formal second-person singular (
*usted*) imperative form of*modular*. - First-person singular (
*yo*) present subjunctive form of*modular*. - Formal second-person singular (
*usted*) present subjunctive form of*modular*. - Third-person singular (
*él*,*ella*, also used with*usted*^{?}) present subjunctive form of*modular*.

Source: wiktionary.org

- a standard of measurement.

(source: Collins Scrabble Dictionary)