Of or with respect to the ballista or even to the art of hurling rocks or missile tools by way of an engine
- regarding or attribute of motion of items moving under their particular energy additionally the power of gravity
- Of or with respect to the ballista, or even to the skill of hurling rocks or missile weapons by means of an engine.
- related to projection, or even a projectile.
1775, "pertaining to thrown items," fundamentally from Greek ballein "to toss" (see ballistics). Of rockets or missiles (ones that are led while under propulsion, but fall easily), from 1949. Ballistic missile first attested 1954; they attain extreme heights, hence figurative appearance get ballistic (1981) "become irrationally furious."
a quick flinging activity associated with the hands in data recovery. (sport: Swimming)
(a.) Of or related to the ballista, or to the skill of hurling stones or missile weapons by way of an engine.
- (a.) related to projection, or even a projectile.
The ballistic method is largely employed for determining the relation of induction to magnetizing force in samples of the iron and steel used in the manufacture of electrical machinery, and especially for the observation of hysteresis effects.