Etymology
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hydrodynamic (adj.)

"derived from the force or motion of fluid," 1815, from hydro- + dynamic (adj.). Related: Hydrodynamics (1764), from Modern Latin hydrodynamica (Huberti, 1758).

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Definitions of hydrodynamic

hydrodynamic (adj.)
of or relating to hydrodynamics;
From wordnet.princeton.edu