- canonical ► ADJECTIVE 1) according to canon law. 2) accepted as being authentic, accurate, and authoritative. 3) of or relating to a cathedral chapter or a member of it.► NOUN (canonicals) ▪ the prescribed official dress of the clergy.DERIVATIVES canonically adverb.
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Canonically — Ca*non ic*al*ly, adv. In a canonical manner; according to the canons. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
canonically — adverb in a canonical manner the deacon was canonically inducted • Derived from adjective: ↑canonical … Useful english dictionary
canonically — adverb see canonical … New Collegiate Dictionary
canonically — See canonical. * * * … Universalium
canonically — adverb In a canonical manner … Wiktionary
canonically — adv. in a manner which has been accepted and agreed upon … English contemporary dictionary
canonically — ca·non·i·cal·ly … English syllables
canonically conjugate quantity — kanoniškai jungtinis dydis statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. canonically conjugate quantity vok. kanonisch konjugierte Größe, f rus. канонически сопряжённая величина, f pranc. grandeur conjuguée, f … Fizikos terminų žodynas
Boolean algebras canonically defined — Boolean algebras have been formally defined variously as a kind of lattice and as a kind of ring. This article presents them more neutrally but equally formally as simply the models of the equational theory of two values, and observes the… … Wikipedia
canonical — canonically, adv. /keuh non i keuhl/, adj. Also, canonic. 1. pertaining to, established by, or conforming to a canon or canons. 2. included in the canon of the Bible. 3. authorized; recognized; accepted: canonical works. 4. Math. (of an equation … Universalium