meromorphic

[mer-uh-mawr-fik]
adjective Mathematics.
of or pertaining to a function that is analytic, except for poles, in a given domain.

Origin:
probably earlier than 1885–90; mero- + -morphic

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If is meromorphic, with poles near the saddle point, then the foregoing method can be modified.
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