Meaning of empiric
another term for empirical.
a person who, in medicine or other sciences, relies solely on observation and experiment.
late Middle English: via Latin from Greek empeirikos, from empeiria ‘experience’, from empeiros ‘skilled’ (based on peira ‘trial, experiment’).
Information about empiric
- The plural form of empiric is: empirics.
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Hyphenation of empiric
- It consists of 2 syllables and 7 chars.
- empiric is a word disyllabic because it has two syllables
Translation of empiric
Words that rhyme with empiric
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