Meaning of meontic in English:

meontic

adjective

Philosophy
  • = meonic . Also: indicating that aspect of artistic creativity which seeks to depict what has not been seen or experienced in reality (contrasted with mimetic).

Pronunciation

meontic

/meɪˈɒntɪk/ /ˌmiːˈɒntɪk/

Origin

1950s. From ancient Greek μή not + ontic, after ancient Greek μὴ ὄν that which is not, nothingness, void.