positone etymology

English word positone comes from English monotone, English positive

Detailed word origin of positone

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
monotone English (eng) (ambitransitive) To speak in a monotone. (mathematics) of a function: having the property of either always decreasing or always increasing. (of speech or a sound) having a single unvaried pitch A single unvaried tone of speech or a sound.
positive English (eng) (New Age jargon) Good, desirable, healthful, pleasant, enjoyable; (often precedes 'energy', 'thought', 'feeling' or 'emotion').. (chemistry) basic; metallic; not acid; opposed to negative, and said of metals, bases, and basic radicals.. (chemistry) electropositive. (chiefly, philosophy) Actual, real, concrete, not theoretical or speculative.. (grammar) Describing the primary sense of an [...]
positone English (eng) (mathematics) of a particular kind of eigenvalue problem involving a nonlinear function on the reals that is continuous, positive, and monotone.

Words with the same origin as positone

Descendants of monotone
monotonous semipositone
Descendants of positive
copositivity electropositivity homopositivity immunopositivity nonpositivity posistor positivist positivity positivize positron positronic possimism posynomial poz pozzie semipositivity seropositivity spositron