n. A terminus, as of a railroad.Of, pertaining to, or forming the terminus or termination of something; forming a boundary or extreme limit; pertaining to a term (see term, 1 and 2): as, a terminal pillar; the terminal edge of a polyhedron; the terminal facilities of a railway.In botany, growing at the end of a branch or stem; terminating: as, a terminal peduncle, flower, or spike.In logic, constituted by or relating to a term.Occurring in every term; representing a term.In anatomy and zoology, ending a set or series of like parts; apical: as, the middle sacral artery is the terminal branch of the abdominal aorta; the last coccygeal bone is the terminal one of the coccyx; a terminal mark or spine; the terminal joint of an antenna. See cuts under Colaspis and Erotylus.n. That which terminates; the extremity; the end; especially, in electricity, the clampingscrew at each end of a voltaic battery, used for connecting it with the wires which complete the circuit.n. In crystallography, the plane or planes which form the extremity of a crystal.n. A charge made by a railway for the use of its termini or stations, or for the handling of freight at stations.n. A terminus, as of a railroad.