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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.

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ReferencesEdit

  • Meriam-Webster, 'Suprarational'. ([1])