Experiencing exhibits things in their unterminated aspect moving toward determinate conclusions.
The logical implication is that of a subject-matter as yet unterminated, unfinished, or not wholly given.
1610s, "to bring to an end," from Latin terminatus, past participle of terminare "to limit, end" (see terminus). Sense of "to come to an end" is recorded from 1640s; meaning "dismiss from a job" is recorded from 1973; that of "to assassinate" is from 1975. Related: Terminated; terminating.