## English

### Noun

norms- Plural of norm

Norm may refer to:

- Norm (artificial intelligence)
- Norm (philosophy)
- Norm (sociology)
- Normative
- Grandmaster norm, a chess result required to qualify for an official title (also IM norm, WGM norm, etc.)

In mathematics:

- Norm (mathematics), a map that assigns lengths to vectors
- Surface normal, a vector which is perpendicular to a surface
- Field norm in algebraic number theory and Galois theory
- Reduced norm in algebra over a field theory
- The nonnegative integer function in the definition of Euclidean domain
- The product of conjugate elements of an algebraic element
- In descriptive set theory, a map from a set into the ordinals (see prewellordering)
- A statistical concept in psychometrics

Norm may also refer to:

- Norm Macdonald (b. 1963), comedian and star of the 1999-2001 sitcom The Norm Show
- The Norm Show, an American sitcom on ABC (a.k.a. Norm)
- Norm Abram, carpenter in the television show This Old House
- Norm Peterson, a character in the sitcom Cheers and its spin-off Frasier
- Norm the Genie, a villain in The Fairly OddParents
- NORM, Naturally occurring radioactive material
- NORM, NACK-Oriented Reliable Multicast networking protocol (RFC 3940)
- Norm, a character from the video game Crash Nitro Kart
- Norm, a character from the Life. Be in it. campaign.
- Norm, a fictional class of people in PC adventure games featuring Tex Murphy

Norms may refer to:

- Norms Restaurants, a chain of restaurants in Southern California

norms in Czech: Norma

norms in Danish: Norm

norms in German: Norm

norms in Spanish: Norma

norms in Italian: Norma

norms in Portuguese: Norma

norms in Russian: Норма

norms in Finnish: Normi

norms in Swedish: Norm

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