# mathematic

**mathematic, mathematical** XVI. — or f. (O)F.

*mathématique*or its source L.

*mathēmaticus*— Gr.

*mathēmatikós*, f.

*máthēma*,

*-mat-*something learnt, science, f. *

*math-*(rel. to MIND),

*manthánein*learn; see -IC, -ICAL. As sb. (XIV) ME.

*matematik*,

*math-*,

*-ique*, — (O)F.

*mathématique*— L.

*mathēmatica*— Gr.

*mathēmatikḗ*, fem. of

*mathēmatikós*; now

*mathematics*XVI; colloq. abbrev.

*maths*XX.

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