multiparadigmatic etymology

English word multiparadigmatic comes from English paradigmatic, English multi-

Detailed word origin of multiparadigmatic

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
paradigmatic English (eng) (historical, religion) A writer of memoirs of religious persons, as examples of Christian excellence. (obsolete) Exemplary.. (philosophy) Related as members of a substitution class.. Of or pertaining to a paradigm.
multi- English (eng) Many; pertaining to many things.. More than one; pertaining to more than one thing.
multiparadigmatic English (eng) Using or conforming to more than one paradigm.

Words with the same origin as multiparadigmatic

Descendants of multi-
multiapplication multicache multicultural multiculturalism multidefendant multidenticulate multidimensional multifaceted multifocal multigap multigate multilobate multimer multimillion multimillionaire multiphasic multiplex multipurpose multiquasiparticle multisulcate multitask multiticket multivitamin multiweight multizone