suprarational

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From supra- +‎ rational. From Latin suprā (above) and Old French rationel, rational, from Latin rationalis (of or belonging to reason, rational, reasonable), from ratio (reason)

AdjectiveEdit

suprarational (comparative more suprarational, superlative most suprarational)

  1. (of thought etc.) above, yet including the rational; encompassing a truth of scope greater than ordinary logic or reason.

AntonymsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  • Meriam-Webster, 'Suprarational'. ([1])
Last modified on 16 September 2013, at 20:19