Etymology: Greek kinetikos, from kinetos, moving, from kinein, to move.
- Of, relating to, or produced by motion in material bodies and the forces and energy associated with them
- a. Possessing, exerting, or displaying energy
b. Active, lively
c. Dynamic, energizing
- of or relating to kinetic art
- relating to or exhibiting kinesis (Movement or activity of an organism in response to a stimulus such as light.)
Other forms: ki·net·i·cal·ly / adverb
Synonyms that fit Kinetic to a T : active, brisk, dynamic, energetic, forceful, lively, sprightly, strenuous, vigorous.
Informal: peppy. Definitely peppy