Definitions for "Trait"
A distinguishing or marked feature; a peculiarity; as, a trait of character.
a relatively enduring characteristic of an individual's behaviour. Examples: being a good listener; having a sense of urgency.
any discrete cultural element; or, one aspect of the phenotype.
Keywords:  ogi, scala, mixins, cse, smalltalk
Traits are a type of abstract type, used as a "simple conceptual model for structuring object oriented programs." Traits are similar to mixins, but may include definitions for class methods. Traits were proposed for inclusion in Smalltalk, and are found in Perl 6 and Scala.
a tendency to behave in a particular manner
a tendency to reaction which when measured with reliability demonstrates an independence of other variables
this refers to a person's physical quality or behavioural tendency, such as being gregarious.
Keywords:  bioid, modalities, mimic, moment, voice
One of the modalities BioID uses to identify persons. At the moment there exist three of them: face, mimic and voice.
One form of a character: Eye color is a character; brown eyes and blue eyes are traits.
a certain variation of a character
An attribute or character of an individual within a species for which heritable differences can be defined.
According to Eysenck, the trait is a collection of habitual responses that are in some way related to each other, that have some consistency.
A numeric value required for gameplay, derived from the wrestler's height, weight, and/or Attributes.
a construct similar to Java interfaces in that it is used to characterize the function signatures (sometime described as a method dictionary) for a set of types, and can be used as a polymorphic reference which binds to a conforming object
Keywords:  stroke, touch
A stroke; a touch.
Keywords:  theory, see
See trait theory.
Keywords:  carrier, see
see Carrier.
Keywords:  compile, applied, time, property
a property applied at compile time
a fixed property shared by all instances of the same type