In algebraic notation of Chess, an "x" represents a capture. For example, "Qxe6" would mean that the player's queen captured an enemy piece on e6.
The "x" symbol in crochet means: single crochet (sc)
It is the symbol of infinity which means never ending.
In Roman numerals the symbol "X" means 10.
X means takes, so that weans that the queen takes or captures whatever piece is on h7
Chi (the "X") Rho (the "P")-the symbol means "Christ," the letters are Greek.
There is no chemical element with the symbol CX, so it might mean the Concentration of X.
In this case, the X is a symbol meaning "by." An example would be a yard that is 4 x 15. That would be 4 feet wide by 15 feet long.
"Pat" means "stalemate" in Chess.
Who Invented Chess? The inventer of chess is unknown but we do know that it was invented in the 6th century. When chess was invented it was known as "chaturaṅga" which means "Four Divisions"
It means "Irritant/Harmful".
A chess board has 64 squares (8 x 8)
X is the symbol for multiplication, as in 2X2=4 X (or any other letter) is often used to represent an unknown quantity.