But my point is that the term really shouldn't default to anything so specific – and that all prints are analog, regardless of the source or the image used to make the print. There is no such thing as a "digital print." There are such and such types of prints from such and such sources. Identifying the actual print process, regardless of whether the origin is digital or analog, is the important thing.

"Digital print" really ought to mean nothing except perhaps a sloppy way to say "print from digital." It ought not be synonymous with inkjets, Lightjets, or any other type of print.