xaxis
[eksaksis]

noun, plural xax·es [eksakseez] /ˈɛksˌæk siz/. Mathematics.
Also called axis of abscissas. (in a plane Cartesian coordinate system) the axis, usually horizontal, along which the abscissa is measured and from which the ordinate is measured.
(in a threedimensional Cartesian coordinate system) the axis along which values of x are measured and at which both y and z equal zero.
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Origin of xaxis
First recorded in 1925–30
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xaxis
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