Dy*nam"ic (?), Dy*nam"ic*al (?), a. [Gr. powerful, fr. power, fr. to be able; cf. L. durus hard, E. dure: cf. F. dynamique.]


Of or pertaining to dynamics; belonging to energy or power; characterized by energy or production of force.

Science, as well as history, has its past to show, -- a past indeed, much larger; but its immensity is dynamic, not divine. J. Martineau.

The vowel is produced by phonetic, not by dynamic, causes. J. Peile.


Relating to physical forces, effects, or laws; as, dynamical geology.

As natural science has become more dynamic, so has history. Prof. Shedd.

Dynamical electricity. See under Electricity.


© Webster 1913.

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