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Analog: an·a·log "a mechanism in which data is represented by continuously variable physical quantities" (from Merriam Websters) Date: 1948

Digital: dig·i·tal "of or relating to the fingers or toes . using calculation by numerical methods or by discrete units" (from Merriam Websters) Etymology: Latin digitalis Date: circa 1656

Liquid: liq·uid "flowing freely like water. having the properties of a liquid : being neither solid nor gaseous. smooth and unconstrained in movement" (from Merriam Websters) Date: 14th century. Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French liquide, from Latin liquidus, from liquEre to be fluid; akin to Latin lixa water, lye, and perhaps to Old Irish fliuch damp



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