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Origin of IQ

First recorded in 1960–65

Other definitions for IQ (2 of 2)

i.q.

abbreviation
the same as.

Origin of i.q.

From Latin idem quod
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How to use IQ in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for IQ (1 of 3)

iq

the internet domain name for
Iraq

British Dictionary definitions for IQ (2 of 3)

IQ

abbreviation for
intelligence quotient

British Dictionary definitions for IQ (3 of 3)

i.q.

abbreviation for
idem quod

Word Origin for i.q.

Latin: the same as
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Medical definitions for IQ

IQ

abbr.
intelligence quotient
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