- (of a function of a complex variable) having a first derivative at all points of a given domain; holomorphic; regular.
- (of a curve) having parametric equations that represent analytic functions.
- (of a proof) using analysis.
Origin of analytic
Examples from the Web for analytic
She is the author of Creating Bodies: Eating Disorders as Self-Destructive Survival from The Analytic Press.
In school-books, a great deal of noise and useless parade has been recently made about the introduction of the 'Analytic Method.'
The argument of the Analytic, which is still more complicated, will be considered later.
The logical aspect of the problem first receives anything like adequate recognition in the Analytic.
Here, as in the Analytic, there is an equipoise of tendencies that persist in opposition.
There are three distinct ways of committing music: the Analytic, Photographic, and Muscular.Piano Mastery|Harriette Brower
British Dictionary definitions for analytic
Word Origin for analytic
Word Origin and History for analytic
c.1600, from Medieval Latin analyticus, from Greek analytikos "analytical," from analytos "dissolved" (see analysis).