Note: these 'words' (valid or invalid) are all the permutations of the word type. These words are obtained by scrambling the letters in type.
Definitions and meaning of type
From Middle Englishtype(“symbol, figure, emblem”), from Latintypus, from Ancient Greekτύπος(túpos, “mark, impression, type”), from τύπτω(túptō, “I strike, beat”).
A grouping based on shared characteristics; a class.
An individual considered typical of its class, one regarded as typifying a certain profession, environment, etc.
An individual that represents the ideal for its class; an embodiment.
1872, Mary Rose Godfrey, Loyal, volume 3, page 116:
Altogether he was the type of low ruffianism — as ill-conditioned a looking brute as ever ginned a hare.
(printing, countable) A letter or character used for printing, historically a cast or engraved block.
(uncountable) Such types collectively, or a set of type of one font or size.
(chiefly uncountable) Text printed with such type, or imitating its characteristics.
The headline was set in bold type.
(taxonomy) Something, often a specimen, selected as an objective anchor to connect a scientific name to a taxon; this need not be representative or typical.
Preferred sort of person; sort of person that one is attracted to.
(medicine) A blood group.
(corpus linguistics) A word that occurs in a text or corpus irrespective of how many times it occurs, as opposed to a token.
(theology) An event or person that prefigures or foreshadows a later event - commonly an Old Testament event linked to Christian times.
(computing theory) A tag attached to variables and values used in determining which kinds of value can be used in which situations; a data type.
(fine arts) The original object, or class of objects, scene, face, or conception, which becomes the subject of a copy; especially, the design on the face of a medal or a coin.
(chemistry) A simple compound, used as a mode or pattern to which other compounds are conveniently regarded as being related, and from which they may be actually or theoretically derived.
The fundamental types used to express the simplest and most essential chemical relations are hydrochloric acid, water, ammonia, and methane.
(mathematics) A part of the partition of the object domain of a logical theory (which due to the existence of such partition, would be called a typed theory). (Note: this corresponds to the notion of "data type" in computing theory.)
2011, V.N. Grishin (originator), "Types, theory of", in Encyclopedia of Mathematics. URL: http://www.encyclopediaofmath.org/index.php?title=Types,_theory_of&oldid=14150
Logics of the second and higher orders may be regarded as type-theoretic systems.
(grouping based on shared characteristics):category, class, genre, group, kind, nature, sort, stripe, tribe
(computing theory):data type
See also Thesaurus:class
→ Japanese: タイプ
→ Korean: 타입(taip)
type (third-person singular simple presenttypes, present participletyping, simple past and past participletyped)
To put text on paper using a typewriter.
To enter text or commands into a computer using a keyboard.
To determine the blood type of.
To represent by a type, model, or symbol beforehand; to prefigure.
To furnish an expression or copy of; to represent; to typify.
Let us type them now in our own lives.
To categorize into types.
type at OneLook Dictionary Search
From Latintypus, from Ancient Greekτύπος(túpos, “mark, impression, type”), from τύπτω(túptō, “I strike, beat”).
typen (pluraltypesortypen, diminutivetypetjen)
type: a class, someone or something from a class. The diminutive is used when made into a caricature.
→ Indonesian: tipe
(archaic) singular present subjunctive of typen
Borrowed from Ecclesiastical Latintypus, from Ancient Greekτύπος(túpos).
type; sort, kind
(colloquial) guy, bloke, man
→ Polish: typ
→ Romanian: tip
typical, normal, classic
“type” in Trésor de la langue française informatisé (The Digitized Treasury of the French Language).