Origin of arrhythmia
Examples from the Web for arrhythmic
Contemporary Examples of arrhythmic
His shot choices are haphazard and arrhythmic, always cutting against any recognizable beat.Trailer Park
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October 1, 2009
Word Origin for arrhythmia
1853, "without rhythm," in relation to musical sensibility, Modern Latin, from Greek arrhythmos "irregular, unrhythmical, without measure," from a- "not" (see a- (3)) + rhythmos (see rhythm). Medical arrhythmia "irregularity of pulse" is attested from 1888, from Greek noun of action from arrhythmos. Related: Arrhythmically.