acataleptic

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin acatalēpticus, from Ancient Greek ἀκατάληπτος(akatálēptos, incomprehensible), from ἀ-(a-, not) + καταλαμβάνω(katalambánō, I seize), from κατά(katá, against) + λαμβάνω(lambánō, I take).

Adjective[edit]

acataleptic ‎(comparative more acataleptic, superlative most acataleptic)

  1. Incapable of being comprehended; incomprehensible; inconceivable.

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Noun[edit]

acataleptic ‎(plural acataleptics)

  1. An adherent of acatalepsy