Integer
[ˈɪntɪd͡ʒə], [ˈɪntɪdʒə], [ˈɪ_n_t_ɪ_dʒ_ə]Definitions of integer:

The whole; a whole number; as, 1, 2, 3, etc.

A whole; a whole number.

A whole number; whole.

A whole number, in contradistinction to a fraction; the whole of anything.

Integral.

any of the natural numbers ( positive or negative) or zero

Integerly.

A complete entity; a whole number, in contradistinction to a fraction or a mixed number.

That which is left untouched, or undiminished, a whole: ( arith.) a whole number.

A whole number.
Antonyms for integer:
Quotes for integer:

Numbers are the product of counting. Quantities are the product of measurement. This means that numbers can conceivably be accurate because there is a discontinuity between each integer and the next.
– Gregory Bateson
Usage examples for integer:

“ Any integer except 1, 4, and twice any odd number, may be expressed as the difference of two integral squares in as many ways as it can be split up into pairs of factors, counting 1 as a factor. ”
– Amusements in Mathematics by Henry Ernest Dudeney 
“ But under the shadow of this catalogue let there be as many living integers as possible, for every well chosen subdivision is a living integer and makes the library more and more an organism. ”
– On Books and the Housing of Them by William Ewart Gladstone 
“ It is just the organ of awareness by the organism of itself as an integer which must adjust itself to the specific condition within the disturbed vegetative apparatus. ”
– The Glands Regulating Personality by Louis Berman, M.D. 
“ 3, 83, Tu toties mutata ducum juga rite tulisti Integer etc. ”
– Roman Society from Nero to Marcus Aurelius by Samuel Dill 
“ For a rabbi, writes he, Torah must be the integer science the cipher. ”
– The Haskalah Movement in Russia by Jacob S. Raisin 
“ Here he lived from 1843, when he married Miss Appleton, a daughter of one of the wealthiest merchant bankers of Boston, until his death by pneumonia in March, 1882. The situation seemed suited to him, and he always remained a true poet and devoted to the muses: Integer vitae scelerisque purus. ”
– Cambridge Sketches by Frank Preston Stearns 
“ All together, they form an integer ”
– History and Ecclesiastical Relations of the Churches of the Presbyterial Order at Amoy, China by J. V. N. Talmage 
“ Piso fuit vir a multis vitiis integer sed pravus et cui placebat pro constantia rigor. ”
– Selections from Viri Romae by Charles François L'Homond 
“ Instantly a quartette choir, whose voices at first low and unsteady from agitation, became gradually clearer and more powerful, began a song, which Mohr had composed to the air of Integer vitae: Brother, ere in the dust thy form we lay, We'll to thy worth a loving tribute pay; Thy virtues rare, and kindly heart, which were A comfort on life's way. ”
– The Children of the World by Paul Heyse 
“ Continuing the article of Mr. Blunt from which I have already quoted, I read: Linus, in a passage which has been preserved by Stobaeus, exactly expresses the notion afterwards adopted by Spinoza: 'One sole energy governs all things; all things are unity, and each portion is All; for of one integer all things were born; in the end of time all things shall again become unity; the unity of multiplicity. ”
– God the Known and God the Unknown by Samuel Butler 
“ Her manner was very fine, and, without any relaxation of the dignity which was an integer of her personality, she made each comer feel the guest of the evening. ”
– Senator North by Gertrude Atherton 
“ When we can make the forty nine millionth of a second as long as its integer physiology and chemistry will approach nearer the completeness of anatomy. ”
– The Complete PG Works of Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. by Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. (The Physician and Poet not the Jurist) 
“ The last is in a sense a fragment, but, though the integer of a great unaccomplished drama, is as complete in itself as the Funeral March in Beethoven's Eroica Symphony. ”
– Life of Robert Browning by William Sharp 
“ When Linus says, " All things are unity, and each portion is All; for of one integer all things were born," it is impossible for plain people who do not wish to use words unless they mean the same things by them as both they and others have been in the habit of meaning to understand what is intended. ”
– God the Known and God the Unknown by Samuel Butler