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logarithmus + -icus (Latin suffix, "pertaining to")



logarithmicus (feminine logarithmica, neuter logarithmicum); first/second-declension adjective

  1. logarithmic, pertaining to logarithms.
    • 1628, Adriaan Vlacq, Arithmetica Logarithmica, title:
      Arithmetica Logarithmica sive Logarithmorum Chiliades Centum, pro Numeris Naturali Serie Crescentibus ab Unitate ad 100000.
      Logarithmic Arithmetic, or, One Hundred Thousands of Logarithms, for Natural Numbers in Increasing Series from One to 100000.


First/second-declension adjective.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
Nominative logarithmicus logarithmica logarithmicum logarithmicī logarithmicae logarithmica
Genitive logarithmicī logarithmicae logarithmicī logarithmicōrum logarithmicārum logarithmicōrum
Dative logarithmicō logarithmicō logarithmicīs
Accusative logarithmicum logarithmicam logarithmicum logarithmicōs logarithmicās logarithmica
Ablative logarithmicō logarithmicā logarithmicō logarithmicīs
Vocative logarithmice logarithmica logarithmicum logarithmicī logarithmicae logarithmica

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