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kinematics (n.)

"the science of motion," 1840, from French cinématique (Ampère, 1834), from Greek kinēsis "movement, motion," from kinein "to move," from PIE *kie-neu-, suffixed form of root *keie- "set in motion." Related: Kinematic (adj.), 1846; kinematical; kinematically.

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Definitions of kinematics

kinematics (n.)
the branch of mechanics concerned with motion without reference to force or mass;
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