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metaphysic

noun meta·phys·ic \ˌme-tə-ˈfi-zik\

Definition of METAPHYSIC

1
a :  metaphysics
b :  a particular system of metaphysics
2
:  the system of principles underlying a particular study or subject :  philosophy 3b
metaphysic adjective

Origin of METAPHYSIC

Middle English metaphesyk, from Medieval Latin metaphysica
First Known Use: 14th century

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