digit (plural digits)
- (mathematics) The whole numbers from 0 to 9 and the Arabic numerals representing them, which are combined to represent base-ten numbers.
- ''The number 123.4 has four digits: the hundreds digit is 1, the tens digit is 2, the units digit is 3, and the tenths digit is 4.
- (mathematics) A distinct symbol representing one of an arithmetic progression of numbers between 0 and the radix.
- Hexadecimal numeration (Base sixteen) includes the digits 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 but also A (=10 decimal), B, C, D, E, and F. Sixteen itself is written as the two-digit number 10.
- (units of measure, astronomy) frac 1 the apparent diameter of the sun or moon, (chiefly) as a measure of the totality of an eclipse.
- A six-digit eclipse covers half the lunar surface.
- (historical units of measure) A unit of length notionally based upon the width of an adult human finger, standardized differently in various places and times, (especially) the English digit of frac 1 foot (about 1.9 cm).
- (units of measure, obsolete) Synonym of inch#English|inch.
- (anatomy) A narrow extremity of the human hand or foot: a finger, thumb, or toe.
- (zoology) Similar or similar-looking structures in other animals.
- The ruminants have the cloven foot, i.e. two hoofed digits on each foot.
- (geometry, rare, obsolete) Synonym of degree#English|degree: frac 1 of a circle.
- (numerical place) place, figure (informal, usually in discussion of money)
- (astronomical unit) finger (obsolete)
- (unit of length) finger, fingerbreadth, fingersbreadth
- French: doigt (finger), orteil (toe)
- German: Finger (finger), Zeh (toe)
- Portuguese: dígito, dedo
- Russian: па́лец
- Spanish: dedo
- French: chiffre
- German: Ziffer, Stelle
- Italian: cifra
- Portuguese: dígito, algarismo
- Russian: ци́фра
- Spanish: dígito, cifra
digit (digits, present participle digiting; past and past participle digited)