A type of complex number in which the multiple of i (the square root of −1) is not equal to zero. Examples of imaginary numbers include 4 i and 2 − 3 i , but not 3 + 0 i (which is just 3).
(Mathematics) An imaginary quantity. [from 18th c.]
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