Webster 1913 Edition
notatioa marking, observing, etymology, fr.
notaa mark: cf. F.
notation. See 5th
The act or practice of recording anything by marks, figures, or characters.
Any particular system of characters, symbols, or abbreviated expressions used in art or science, to express briefly technical facts, quantities, etc.
the system of figures, letters, and signs used in arithmetic and algebra to express number, quantity, or operations.
Literal or etymological signification.
“Conscience” is a Latin word, and, according to the very
notationof it, imports a double or joint knowledge.
Webster 1828 Edition
1.The act or practice of recording any thing by marks, figures or characters; particularly in arithmetic and algebra, the expressing of numbers and quantities by figures, signs or characters appropriate for the purpose.
Conscience, according to the very notation of the word, imports a double knowledge. [Unusual.]