paradigmatic etymology

English word paradigmatic comes from English paradigm, English -atic

Detailed word origin of paradigmatic

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
paradigm English (eng) (linguistics) A set of all forms which contain a common element, especially the set of all inflectional forms of a word or a particular grammatical category.. A pattern, a way of doing something, especially (now, _, often, _, pejorative) a pattern of thought, a system of beliefs, a conceptual framework.. An example serving as the model for such a pattern: a template, an exemplar, a "posterboy".
-atic English (eng)
paradigmatic English (eng) (obsolete) Exemplary.. (philosophy) Related as members of a substitution class.. Of or pertaining to a paradigm. (historical, religion) A writer of memoirs of religious persons, as examples of Christian excellence.

Words with the same origin as paradigmatic

Descendants of -atic
Noahtic acmatic angiolymphatic endolymphatic erotematic glymphatic lymphatic lymphatically multiparadigmatic nonparadigmatic paradigmatically paradigmaticism postparadigmatic preparadigmatic theorematic venolymphatic