look up any word, like wyd:

2 definitions by K. Alexander

 
1.
adj. me·me'tic

1. Of or relating to the mind, mindfulness, or memory, specifically the cognitive functions of the brain which deal with remembering (c.f. unrelated mimetic).

From Latin, /memini/ to be mindful of from the Latin root /mem/ (c.f. Greek root /mnem/).

=====

adv. me·met'i·cal·ly

1. By way of the mind, mindfulness, or memory.

=====

n. me·me'tics

An alternate spelling of mimetics. It is a collective noun for which the same form is both singular and plural.

1. The area of study relating to viral cultural ideas that spread from person to person. C.F. meme.

From Greek /mimetikos/ good at imitating.
1. His memetic filters prevented the horrific blood and gore from invading his mind.

2. The program ran memetically through the neural network.

3. Mimetics is the study of memes.

by K. Alexander November 01, 2005
 
2.
v. trans·in·flect

To apply the inflective characteristics of one language to another language's word. Compare to "transliterate" which means to represent the alphabetic symbols of one language to those corresponding symbols of another language based on phonetics. From Latin trans + de + clinare (across + down + bend).
The teaching assistant transinflected Ben's name by calling him Benissimo.
by K. Alexander November 01, 2005