axiomatic[ak′sē ə mat′ik]
The fact that two things that are equal to a third thing are also equal to each other is an example of something that is axiomatic.
- of or like an axiom
- self-evident or aphoristic
Origin of axiomaticClassical Greek axiōmatikos
(comparative more axiomatic, superlative most axiomatic)
From Ancient Greek ἀξιωματικός (aksiōmatikos), in turn from ἀξίωμα (aksiōma)