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From dyad + -ic. The mathematics sense was coined by American scientist Josiah Willard Gibbs in 1884 in the second half of his book Elements of Vector Analysis.
dyadic (comparative more dyadic, superlative most dyadic)
- Pertaining to a dyad, the number two; of two parts or elements.
- (mathematics) having an arity of two (taking two arguments or operands)
- Pertaining to the physical sex of a person who is exactly male or female in genetics, anatomy and hormone levels; not intersex.
- 2019, Radically Listening to Transgender Children, Lexington Books:
- Although dyadic bodies may be more common, they are no more or less "normal" than intersex bodies.
pertaining to two parts or elements
pertaining to the number two
dyadic (plural dyadics)
- (mathematics) The sum of two or more dyads
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