new word for wordnet: performant
On Thu, 2004-07-01 at 14:17, Cameron Hutchison wrote:
> Once upon a time John Summerfield said...
> > Zenaan Harkness wrote:
> > >Will gnome-terminal ever return to being performant?
> > According to dictionary.com,
> > 1 entry found for performant?.
> > Main Entry: performant
> > Function: noun
> > Definition: a performer
> > Etymology: based on informant, etc.
> I have seen this word used in the past in a similar context and guessed
> what it meant, but you prompted me to look it up in a bunch of online
> Apart from what you found, I found it nowhere but
> dictionary.cambridge.org in the french/english dictionary, where it had
> this definition:
> performant(e) adj (appareil, technique) high-performance; (entreprise,
> industrie, produit) successful; (cadre, manager) effective
Hi Ben, perhaps this is another word for wordnet?
(This is the third submission in two days - kind of funny really.)