memetic

Memetic - What does it mean?

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Memetic vs Emetic - What's the difference?

memetic | emetic |


As adjectives the difference between memetic and emetic

is that memetic is of or pertaining to memes; pertaining to replication of concepts while emetic is (medicine) causing nausea and vomiting.

As a noun emetic is

an agent that induces vomiting.

Memetic vs Nemetic - What's the difference?

memetic | nemetic |


As adjectives the difference between memetic and nemetic

is that memetic is of or pertaining to memes; pertaining to replication of concepts while nemetic is of or relating to the goddess nemesis.

Mimetic vs Memetic - What's the difference?

mimetic | memetic |


As adjectives the difference between mimetic and memetic

is that mimetic is exhibiting mimesis while memetic is of or pertaining to memes; pertaining to replication of concepts.

As a noun mimetic

is something or imitative.

Concepts vs Memetic - What's the difference?

concepts | memetic |


As a noun concepts

is .

As an adjective memetic is

of or pertaining to memes; pertaining to replication of concepts.

Replication vs Memetic - What's the difference?

replication | memetic |


As a noun replication

is process by which an object, person, place or idea may be copied mimicked or reproduced.

As an adjective memetic is

of or pertaining to memes; pertaining to replication of concepts.

Memetic vs Meme - What's the difference?

memetic | meme |

Memetic is a derived term of meme.


As a adjective memetic

is of or pertaining to memes; pertaining to replication of concepts.

As a noun meme is

(philosophy) any unit of cultural information, such as a practice or idea, that is transmitted verbally or by repeated action from one mind to another.