Meaning of theorematical in English:

theorematical

Pronunciation /ˌθɪərəˈmatɪkl/

adjective

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  • Having the nature of a theorem; involving deduction, especially of facts which are not direct consequences of existing or assumed knowledge.

Origin

Mid 17th century; earliest use found in Meric Casaubon (1599–1671), scholar and divine. From post-classical Latin theorematicus or its etymon Hellenistic Greek θεωρηματικός theorematic + -al.