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- Lagrangian is no energy. It’s just the Lagrangian. It's perhaps more fundamental than energy in a certain sense.
~~In general, you can think of it as a function that minimizes the action. That's the definition of Lagrangian. ~ said by [Golam Ishtiak](https://physics.stackexchange.com/users/240314/golam-ishtiak) (You can find him right [here](http://smartiansofscience.org/about/) also)~~

- Lagrangian is no energy. It’s just the Lagrangian. It's perhaps more fundamental than energy in a certain sense.
- In general, you can think of it as a function that minimizes the action. That's the definition of Lagrangian. ~ said by [Golam Ishtiak](https://physics.stackexchange.com/users/240314/golam-ishtiak) (You can find him right [here](http://smartiansofscience.org/about/) also)
**![For reference](https://physics.codidact.com/uploads/BvxASetjJjdj2dcDm2EAKCUz)****I don't have any opinion on it. Just posted what he told me.**

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**#2: Post edited**

- Lagrangian is no energy. It’s just the Lagrangian. It's perhaps more fundamental than energy in a certain sense.
~~In general, you can think of it as a function that minimizes the action. That's the definition of Lagrangian. ~ said by [Golam Ishtiak](https://physics.stackexchange.com/users/240314/golam-ishtiak)~~

- In general, you can think of it as a function that minimizes the action. That's the definition of Lagrangian. ~ said by [Golam Ishtiak](https://physics.stackexchange.com/users/240314/golam-ishtiak)
**(You can find him right [here](http://smartiansofscience.org/about/) also)**