### Definition of Indicial

1. Adjective. Of or pertaining to an indicia; indicative ¹

2. Adjective. Of or pertaining to an index ¹

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### Definition of Indicial

1. relating to an indicium [adj]

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Indicial

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### Literary usage of Indicial

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1. Theory of Differential Equations by Andrew Russell Forsyth (1906)
"If a function belongs to two reciprocal groups, it is an indicial function for each of them. Ex. In an earlier example (p. 352), it was seen that form a ..."

2. A Treatise on Linear Differential Equations by Thomas Craig (1889)
"In the particular case of i = о the equation G(p) = о is the indicial equation ... In the case of t > о we can now generalize this notion of the indicial ..."

3. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London by Royal Society (Great Britain) (1868)
"19) that portion of the fibres of the flexor profundus which arises from the interosseous ligament, and gives rise to the indicial tendon, formed a distinct ..."

4. A Short Course on Differential Equations by Donald Francis Campbell (1906)
"Theorem I. If a is a regular point of the differential equation, and the difference of the roots of the indicial equation is not zero or a positive integer, ..."

5. Transactions (1919)
"The indicial admittance A (t) is of the dimensions and character of an admittance in a generalized sense and is subject to the reciprocal relation Ajk (t) ..."

6. Proceedings of the Berkeley-Ames Conference on Nonlinear Problems in Control by L. R. Hunt, Clyde Martin (1984)
"then we define this limit as the indicial response in lift coefficient ... Hence, the basic assumption on which the definition of the indicial response ..."