From Latin apex (“point, tip, summit”), from apō (“fasten, attach”).
apex (plural apices or apexes)
- The highest or the greatest point of something.
- (figuratively) The moment of greatest success, expansion, etc.
- (geometry) The topmost vertex of a cone or pyramid (in their conventional orientation).
- (chiefly anatomy) The "pointed" fine end of something.
- The lowest part of the human heart.
- The deepest part of a tooth's root.
- (botany) The end of a leaf, petal or similar organ opposed to the end where it is attached to its support; the tip.
- (astronomy) The point on the celestial sphere toward which the sun appears to move relative to nearby stars.
- (physics) The lowest point on a pendant drop of a liquid.
- (mining, US) The end or edge of a vein nearest the surface.
- (typography) A diacritic in Classical Latin that resembles and gave rise to the acute.
- (typography) A diacritic in Middle Vietnamese that indicates /ŋ͡m/.
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