1) To establish as genuine.
From L.L. authenticus, from Gk. authentikos "original, primary, at first hand," from authent(es) "one who does things himself," from aut-, from autos "self, one's own," of unknown origin, + -hentes "doer" + -ikos, → ics.
Râstin "genuine, authentic," from râst "right, true; just, straight"
(Mid.Pers. râst "true, straight, direct;" O.Pers. rāsta-
"straight, true," rās- "to be right, straight, true;" Av. rāz-
"to direct, put in line, set," razan- "order;" cf. Skt. raj-
"to direct, stretch," rjuyant- "walking straight;" Gk. orektos "stretched out;"
L. regere "to lead straight, guide, rule," p.p. rectus "right, straight;"
Ger. recht; E. right;
PIE base *reg- "move in a straight line," hence, "to direct, rule")
+ -in adj. suffix.
Computers: The process by which a user's identity is checked within the network to ensure that the user has access to the requested resources.
Verbal noun of → authenticate.
1) The writer of a book, article, or other text. One who practices
writing as a profession.
M.E. auctour, from O.Fr. autor, from L. auctor, "creator, enlarger, founder, master, leader," literally "one who causes to grow," from auctus, p.p. of augere "to increase," from PIE root aug- "to increase".
Dâtâr, from Mid.Pers. dâtâr/dâdâr "creator," from Av. and O.Pers. dâtâr "creator," from dâ- "to create, make, appoint," Skt. dhatr "author, creator, preserver, bearer." The Mod.Pers. form of this word in classical literary works is dâdâr, used mainly as noun or adjective for "God, the creator."
Of, relating to, or characterized by strict obedience to authority.
From authorit(y), → authority, + suffix -arian.
1) The enforcement or advocacy of strict obedience to authority at the
expense of personal freedom.
Fr.: qui fait autorité, digne de foi
1) Recognized or accepted as being true or reliable.
From authorit(y), → authority, + suffix -ative.
1) The power to determine, adjudicate, or otherwise settle issues or
disputes; jurisdiction; the right to control, command, or determine (Dictionary.com).
Dâtârgân, from dâtâr, → author, + -gân, on the model of xodâygân "a great lord."
1) The act, fact, or occupation of writing.
Fr.: auto-, aut-
Gk., from autos "self, one's own," of unknown origin.
Xod-, from xod "self," Av. hva- "self, own."
1) In radio astronomy, a process performed by an → autocorrelator.
Autocorrelation, from → auto- "self" + → correlation.
Xod-hambâzâneš, from xod- "self" + hambâzâneš, → correlation.
Fr.: fonction d'autocorrélation
A mathematical function that describes the correlation between two values of the same variable at different points in time.
In radio astronomy, a spectrograph which correlates the signal with itself with various time delays, and extracts the frequency spectrum of the signal. → correlator.
Fr.: fonction d'autocovariance
The autocovariance function (ACF) is defined as the sequence of
covariances of a stationary process.
xodrâhbar, râhbar-e xodkâr
An electronic equipment used to automatically guide a telescope during long exposures.
Autoguider from → auto- "self" + guider, from O.Fr. guider "to guide, lead, conduct," from Germanic origin; akin to O.E. wltan "to look after" witan "to know," akin to O.H.G. wizzan "to know," L. videre "to see," Gk. eidenai "to know," idein "to see," Av. vaêd- "to know," Skt. veda "knowledge; finding."
Xodrâhbar from xod-, → auto + râhbar "guide," from râh "way" + bar, from bordan "to lead."
xodrâhbord, râhbord-e xodkâr
The act or process of guiding a telescope automatically.
Having a self-acting or self-regulating mechanism.
From Gk. automatos "self-acting," from → auto- + matos "willing," from PIE *men- "to think;" compare with Av./O.Pers. man- "to think."
Xodkâr from xod-, → auto-, + kâr "acting, actor," from kardan "to do, act."
automatic photometric telescope
durbin-e šidsanjik-e xodkâr, teleskop-e ~ ~
Fr.: télescope photométrique automatique
A telescope developed to perform photometric observations automatically.
1) Self-governing; independent; subject to its own laws only; having autonomy.
Adjective from → autonomy.