While naming each operator in a programming language, the comparison operators came up, and there's no obvious name for two of them.
≥ operator is usually named greater-than-or-equal-to, not-less-than or at-least.
≤ operator is usually named less-than-or-equal-to, not-greater-than or at-most.
> operator is normally just named greater-than, so superior seemed like an obvious, single-word alternative. Likewise, inferior seems like a good alternative to less-than.
For the remaining two, I thought of using neologisms, and came up with asuperior for
≤ and ainferior for
≥. While, asuperior works pretty well, ainferior doesn't feel as natural or intuitive.
Are there single-word names that make sense for all six operators?