preparadigmatic etymology

English word preparadigmatic comes from English paradigmatic, English pre-

Detailed word origin of preparadigmatic

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.
pre- English (eng) Before; used to form words meaning "before (in time)".. Before; used to form words meaning "in front of (in space)"; (anatomy) anterior.
preparadigmatic English (eng) Before the formation of a paradigm.

Words with the same origin as preparadigmatic

Descendants of pre-
precarious precondition precrime predate predisposed predisposition preeclampsia preflight prefrontal pregame prehistory premarital premenstrual prenatal prenuptial prepay preposition prepubescent prequel prerequisite preschool preset preteen preterm prevalent