Definitions of digit

To
point
at
or
out
with
the
finger.

One
of
the
terminal
divisions
of
a
limb
appendage;
a
finger
or
toe.

A
finger's
breadth,
commonly
estimated
to
be
three
fourths
of
an
inch.

One
of
the
ten
figures
or
symbols,
0,
1,
2,
3,
4,
5,
6,
7,
8,
9,
by
which
all
numbers
are
expressed; 
so
called
because
of
the
use
of
the
fingers
in
counting
and
computing.

One
twelfth
part
of
the
diameter
of
the
sun
or
moon; 
a
term
used
to
express
the
quantity
of
an
eclipse;
as,
an
eclipse
of
eight
digits
is
one
which
hides
two
thirds
of
the
diameter
of
the
disk.

A
finger
or
toe;
a
measure (
3/
4
inch);
one
twelfth
of
the
diameter
of
the
sun
or
moon;
any
one
of
the
Arabic
numerals.

A
finger:
a
finger’
s
breadth
or
3/
4
inch:
from
the
habit
of
counting
on
the
fingers,
any
one
of
the
nine
figures:
the
twelfth
part
of
the
diameter
of
the
sun
or
moon.
This
word
is
often
used
scientifically
to
signify
toe,
as
well
as
finger,
when
speaking
of
animals,
and
in
this
sense
it
is
coextensive
with
the
Latin
digitus.

A
finger;
one
of
the
nine
figures,
1,
2, &
c.;
finger's
breadth;
12th
part
of
the
diameter
of
the
sun
or
moon.

Digital.

An
Arabic
numeral.

An
ancient
measure
of
length;
about
two
thirds
of
an
inch.

A
finger;
a
finger's
breadth,
or
three
fourths
of
an
inch;
the
twelfth
part
of
the
diameter
of
the
sun
or
moon,
a
term
to
express
the
quantity
of
an
eclipse;
any
integer
under
10,
so
called
from
counting
on
the
fingers.

An
arithmetical
figure
the
digits
are
from
1
to
9;
a
finger's
breadth,
or
3/
4
of
an
inch;
one
twelfth
part
of
the
diameter
of
the
sun
or
moon.

A
division
of
the
limb
in
any
vertebrate
above
Fishes.
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