digitalia

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

digital +‎ -ia

NounEdit

digitalia (uncountable)

  1. That which is digital, binary, or electronic.
    • 2006 September 8, Peter Margasak, “Pan Sonic”, Chicago Reader:
      The music is precise but never sterile--no one zeros in on the elusive grime and ghostly humanity in digitalia like Vainio and Vaisanen.
    • 2003 November 28, Peter Margasak, “Oswald Berthold”, Chicago Reader:
      Their long, apparently improvised streams of digitalia are at times grating and self-indulgent, but at its best their work is densely layered with arresting details and packed with abrupt and exciting shifts in texture and rhythm.
    • 1996 July 5, Peter Margasak, “Spot Check”, Chicago Reader:
      Their debut album, the aptly titled Music for Nitrous Oxide (Sedimental), stands out against their native region's more typical roots-rock machinations, but a similar primitivism rears its head via the group's lack of digitalia.

LatinEdit

AdjectiveEdit

digitālia

  1. nominative neuter plural of digitālis
  2. accusative neuter plural of digitālis
  3. vocative neuter plural of digitālis
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