(comparative more mathematic, superlative most mathematic)
Variant of mathematical
- of, having the nature of, or concerned with mathematics
- rigorously exact, precise, accurate, etc.
Origin of mathematicalMedieval Latin mathematicalis ; from Classical Latin mathematicus ; from Classical Greek mathēmatikos, inclined to learn, mathematical ; from mathēma, what is learned ; from manthanein, to learn ; from Indo-European an unverified form mendh-, to pay attention to, be alert (from source Avestan mazdā, memory, German munter, cheerful) ; from base an unverified form men-, to think from source mind