Definitions for "tilde"
The accentual mark placed over n, and sometimes over l, in Spanish words [thus, ñ, l], indicating that, in pronunciation, the sound of the following vowel is to be preceded by that of the initial, or consonantal, y.
the diacritic mark (~) placed above an n in some orthographies to indicate a palatalized sound, as in Spanish ca–on. the same mark placed above a vowel in phonetic transcription to indicate that the vowel is nasalized.
a diacritical mark (~) placed over the letter n in Spanish to indicate a palatal nasal sound or over a vowel in Portuguese to indicate nasalization
The tilde (~) signifies an individual user's Web site when housed on a server. For example, - says that user is a user and that his homepage is on's server. The tilde character is on the top line of your keyboard to the far left.
The wavy line at the top left on the keyboard.
The scribbly horizontal line (~) is called a tilde (pronounced "tilda"). The tilde is located on the upper left on most keyboards usually above the backquote. Traditionally, a UNIX user's home directory has been known as ~. Therefore, is the generic form for a user's home Web space located in his or her www directory. When the Web server sees a URL like this, it knows to look in username's home directory for a WWW directory.
Tilde is a web language, a web server and a content management tool . The web language is an alternative to PHP and VBscript, with some significant differences. Tilde is a genuine embedded language that makes no distinction between html and code i
This is the character "~".
the standard character that is called "tilde" (~). See Figure 2.1.3 Standard Characters.