9 letter words ending in ic

Abietinic (a.) Of or pertaining to abietin; as, abietinic acid.

Abrahamic (a.) Pertaining to Abraham, the patriarch; as, the Abrachamic covenant.

Absinthic (a.) Relating to the common wormwood or to an acid obtained from it.

Acrobatic (a.) Pertaining to an acrobat.

Adiabatic (a.) Not giving out or receiving heat.

Aerolitic (a.) Of or pertaining to aerolites; meteoric; as, aerolitic iron.

Aerologic (a.) Alt. of Aerological

Aesthetic (a.) Alt. of Aesthetical

Agonistic (a.) Alt. of Agonistical

Agronomic () Alt. of Agronomical

Albinotic (a.) Affected with albinism.

Alcoholic (a.) Of or pertaining to alcohol, or partaking of its qualities; derived from, or caused by, alcohol; containing alcohol; as, alcoholic mixtures; alcoholic gastritis; alcoholic odor.

Alcoholic (n.) A person given to the use of alcoholic liquors.

Alcoholic (n.) Alcoholic liquors.

Alcoranic (a.) Of or pertaining to the Koran.

Aldehydic (a.) Of or pertaining to aldehyde; as, aldehydic acid.

Alemannic (a.) Belonging to the Alemanni, a confederacy of warlike German tribes.

Alemannic (n.) The language of the Alemanni.

Aleuronic (a.) Having the nature of aleurone.

Algebraic (a.) Alt. of Algebraical

Alkoranic (a.) Same as Alcoranic.

Allantoic (a.) Pertaining to, or contained in, the allantois.

Allegoric (a.) Alt. of Allegorical

Alloxanic (a.) Of or pertaining to alloxan; -- applied to an acid obtained by the action of soluble alkalies on alloxan.

Amacratic (a.) Amasthenic.

Amaurotic (a.) Affected with amaurosis; having the characteristics of amaurosis.

Amblyopic (a.) Of or pertaining to amblyopy.

Amygdalic (a.) Of or pertaining to almonds; derived from amygdalin; as, amygdalic acid.

Anacardic (a.) Pertaining to, or derived from, the cashew nut; as, anacardic acid.

Anacrotic (a.) Pertaining to anachronism.

Anaerobic (a.) Relating to, or like, anaerobies; anaerobiotic.

Analectic (a.) Relating to analects; made up of selections; as, an analectic magazine.

Analeptic (a.) Restorative; giving strength after disease.

Analeptic (n.) A restorative.

Anapestic (a.) Pertaining to an anapest; consisting of an anapests; as, an anapestic meter, foot, verse.

Anapestic (n.) Anapestic measure or verse.

Anaptotic (a.) Having lost, or tending to lose, inflections by phonetic decay; as, anaptotic languages.

Anastatic (a.) Pertaining to a process or a style of printing from characters in relief on zinc plates.

Anecdotic (a.) Alt. of Anecdotical

Animastic (a.) Pertaining to mind or spirit; spiritual.

Animastic (n.) Psychology.

Animistic (a.) Of or pertaining to animism.

Antarctic (a.) Opposite to the northern or arctic pole; relating to the southern pole or to the region near it, and applied especially to a circle, distant from the pole 23! 28/. Thus we say the antarctic pole, circle, ocean, region, current, etc.

Antemetic (a.) Tending to check vomiting.

Antemetic (n.) A remedy to check or allay vomiting.

Anthozoic (a.) Of or pertaining to the Anthozoa.

Anthracic (a.) Of or relating to anthrax; as, anthracic blood.

Anthropic (a.) Alt. of Anthropical

Anticivic (n.) Opposed to citizenship.

Antimonic (a.) Pertaining to, or derived from, antimony; -- said of those compounds of antimony in which this element has its highest equivalence; as, antimonic acid.

Antizymic (a.) Preventing fermentation.

Apathetic (a.) Alt. of Apathetical

Aphanitic (a.) Resembling aphanite; having a very fine-grained structure.

Aplanatic (a.) Having two or more parts of different curvatures, so combined as to remove spherical aberration; -- said of a lens.

Apodictic (a.) Alt. of Apodictical

Apodictic (a.) Same as Apodeictic.

Apollonic (a.) Of, pertaining to, or resembling, Apollo.

Apostatic (a.) Apostatical.

Apostolic (a.) Alt. of Apostolical

Apostolic (n.) A member of one of certain ascetic sects which at various times professed to imitate the practice of the apostles.

Arhythmic (a.) Alt. of Arhythmous

Arthritic (a.) Alt. of Arthritical

Arthrodic (a.) Of or pertaining to arthrodia.

Asphaltic (a.) Pertaining to, of the nature of, or containing, asphalt; bituminous.

Asphyctic (a.) Pertaining to asphyxia.

Assapanic (n.) The American flying squirrel (Pteromys volucella).

Asthmatic (a.) Alt. of Asthmatical

Asthmatic (n.) A person affected with asthma.

Asyndetic (a.) Characterized by the use of asyndeton; not connected by conjunctions.

Atheistic (a.) Alt. of Atheistical

Atmologic (a.) Alt. of Atmological

Atomistic (a.) Of or pertaining to atoms; relating to atomism.

Authentic (n.) Having a genuine original or authority, in opposition to that which is false, fictitious, counterfeit, or apocryphal; being what it purports to be; genuine; not of doubtful origin; real; as, an authentic paper or register.

Authentic (n.) Authoritative.

Authentic (n.) Of approved authority; true; trustworthy; credible; as, an authentic writer; an authentic portrait; authentic information.

Authentic (n.) Vested with all due formalities, and legally attested.

Authentic (n.) Having as immediate relation to the tonic, in distinction from plagal, which has a correspondent relation to the dominant in the octave below the tonic.

Authentic (n.) An original (book or document).

Automatic (a.) Alt. of Automatical

Autonomic (a.) Having the power of self-government; autonomous.

Axiomatic (a.) Alt. of Axiomatical

Babylonic (a.) Alt. of Babylonical

Ballistic (a.) Of or pertaining to the ballista, or to the art of hurling stones or missile weapons by means of an engine.

Ballistic (a.) Pertaining to projection, or to a projectile.

Baptistic (a.) Of or for baptism; baptismal.

Benthamic (a.) Of or pertaining to Bentham or Benthamism.

Bezoardic (a.) Pertaining to, or compounded with, bezoar.

Bezoardic (n.) A medicine containing bezoar.

Bezoartic (a.) Alt. of Bezoartical

Bishopric (n.) A diocese; the district over which the jurisdiction of a bishop extends.

Bishopric (n.) The office of a spiritual overseer, as of an apostle, bishop, or presbyter.

Bismuthic (a.) Of or pertaining to bismuth; containing bismuth, when this element has its higher valence; as, bismuthic oxide.

Bombastic (a.) Alt. of Bombastical

Brahmanic (a.) Alt. of ical

Brahminic (a.) Alt. of ical

Bregmatic (a.) Pertaining to the bregma.

Britannic (a.) Of or pertaining to Great Britain; British; as, her Britannic Majesty.

Bullantic (a.) Pertaining to, or used in, papal bulls.

Cachectic (a.) Alt. of Cachectical

Cacodylic (a.) Of, pertaining to, or derived from, cacodyl.

Cadaveric (a.) Of, pertaining to, or resembling, a corpse, or the changes produced by death; cadaverous; as, cadaveric rigidity.

Caenozoic (a.) See Cenozoic.

Cainozoic (a.) See Cenozic.

Calendric (a.) Alt. of Calendrical

Calorific (a.) Possessing the quality of producing heat; heating.

Camphoric (a.) Of, pertaining to, or derived from, camphor.

Carolitic (a.) Adorned with sculptured leaves and branches.

Casuistic (a.) Alt. of Casuistieal

Catalytic (a.) Relating to, or causing, catalysis.

Catalytic (n.) An agent employed in catalysis, as platinum black, aluminium chloride, etc.

Catechuic (a.) Of or pertaining to catechu or its derivatives. See catechin.

Cathartic (a.) Alt. of Catharical

Cathartic (n.) A medicine that promotes alvine discharges; a purge; a purgative of moderate activity.

Catoptric (a.) Alt. of Catoptrical

Cenobitic (a.) Alt. of Cenobitical

Cerulific (a.) Producing a blue or sky color.

Chirurgic (a.) Alt. of Chirurgical

Chivalric (a.) Relating to chivalry; knightly; chivalrous.

Chloridic (a.) Of or pertaining to a chloride; containing a chloride.

Chloritic (a.) Pertaining to, or containing, chlorite; as, chloritic sand.

Chlorotic (a.) Pertaining to, or affected by, chlorosis.

Choleraic (a.) Relating to, or resulting from, or resembling, cholera.

Choristic (a.) Choric; choral.

Chromatic (a.) Relating to color, or to colors.

Chromatic (a.) Proceeding by the smaller intervals (half steps or semitones) of the scale, instead of the regular intervals of the diatonic scale.

Cinchonic (a.) Belonging to, or obtained from, cinchona.

Cinematic (a.) Alt. of Cinematical

Cirrhotic (a.) Pertaining to, caused by, or affected with, cirrhosis; as, cirrhotic degeneration; a cirrhotic liver.

Classific (a.) Characterizing a class or classes; relating to classification.

Colorific (a.) Capable of communicating color or tint to other bodies.

Conchitic (a.) Composed of shells; containing many shells.

Crustific (a.) Producing or forming a crust or skin.

Cylindric (a.) Alt. of Cylindrical

Cytogenic (a.) Alt. of Cytogenetic

Delphinic (n.) Pertaining to, or derived from, the dolphin; phocenic.

Delphinic (a.) Pertaining to, or derived from, the larkspur; specifically, relating to the stavesacre (Delphinium staphisagria).

Demagogic (a.) Alt. of Demagogical

Demiurgic (a.) Pertaining to a demiurge; formative; creative.

Dendritic (a.) Alt. of Dendritical

Dentistic (a.) Alt. of Dentistical

Desoxalic (a.) Made or derived from oxalic acid; as, desoxalic acid.

Dextronic (a.) Pertaining to, or derived from, dextrose; as, dextronic acid.

Diacritic (a.) Alt. of Diacritical

Diactinic (a.) Capable of transmitting the chemical or actinic rays of light; as, diactinic media.

Diaeretic (a.) Caustic.

Dialectic (n.) Same as Dialectics.

Dialectic (a.) Alt. of Dialectical

Diametric (a.) Alt. of Diametrical

Dianoetic (a.) Pertaining to the discursive faculty, its acts or products.

Diaphanic (a.) Having power to transmit light; transparent; diaphanous.

Diaphonic (a.) Alt. of Diaphonical

Diastasic (a.) Pertaining to, or consisting of, diastase; as, diastasic ferment.

Diastatic (a.) Relating to diastase; having the properties of diastase; effecting the conversion of starch into sugar.

Diastolic (a.) Of or pertaining to diastole.

Diathetic (a.) Pertaining to, or dependent on, a diathesis or special constitution of the body; as, diathetic disease.

Diazeutic (a.) Disjoining two fourths; as, the diazeutic tone, which, like that from F to G in modern music, lay between two fourths, and, being joined to either, made a fifth.

Dichastic (a.) Capable of subdividing spontaneously.

Dichromic (a.) Furnishing or giving two colors; -- said of defective vision, in which all the compound colors are resolvable into two elements instead of three.

Didelphic (a.) Having the uterus double; of or pertaining to the Didelphia.

Digastric (a.) Having two bellies; biventral; -- applied to muscles which are fleshy at each end and have a tendon in the middle, and esp. to the muscle which pulls down the lower jaw.

Digastric (a.) Pertaining to the digastric muscle of the lower jaw; as, the digastric nerves.

Digraphic (a.) Of or pertaining to a digraph.

Dimorphic (a.) Having the property of dimorphism; dimorphous.

Dioristic (a.) Distinguishing; distinctive; defining.

Diploetic (a.) Diploic.

Dithionic (a.) Containing two equivalents of sulphur; as, dithionic acid.

Doleritic (a.) Of the nature of dolerite; as, much lava is doleritic lava.

Dolomitic (a.) Pertaining to dolomite.

Dolorific (a.) Alt. of Dolorifical

Dracontic (a.) Belonging to that space of time in which the moon performs one revolution, from ascending node to ascending node. See Dragon's head, under Dragon.

Dualistic (a.) Consisting of two; pertaining to dualism or duality.

Dyspeptic (a.) Alt. of Dyspeptical

Dyspeptic (n.) A person afflicted with dyspepsia.

Eccentric (a.) Deviating or departing from the center, or from the

Eccentric (a.) Not having the same center; -- said of circles, ellipses, spheres, etc., which, though coinciding, either in whole or in part, as to area or volume, have not the same center; -- opposed to concentric.

Eccentric (a.) Pertaining to an eccentric; as, the eccentric rod in a steam engine.

Eccentric (a.) Not coincident as to motive or end.

Eccentric (a.) Deviating from stated methods, usual practice, or established forms or laws; deviating from an appointed sphere or way; departing from the usual course; irregular; anomalous; odd; as, eccentric conduct.

Eccentric (n.) A circle not having the same center as another contained in some measure within the first.

Eccentric (n.) One who, or that which, deviates from regularity; an anomalous or irregular person or thing.

Eccentric (n.) In the Ptolemaic system, the supposed circular orbit of a planet about the earth, but with the earth not in its center.

Eccentric (n.) A circle described about the center of an elliptical orbit, with half the major axis for radius.

Eccentric (n.) A disk or wheel so arranged upon a shaft that the center of the wheel and that of the shaft do not coincide. It is used for operating valves in steam engines, and for other purposes. The motion derived is precisely that of a crank having the same throw.

Egophonic (a.) Belonging to, or resembling, egophony.

Egotistic (a.) Alt. of Egotistical

Elenchtic (a.) Alt. of Elenchtical

Elohistic (a.) Relating to Elohim as a name of God; -- said of passages in the Old Testament.

Embryonic (a.) Of or pertaining to an embryo; embryonal; rudimentary.

Embryotic (a.) Embryonic.

Empaistic (a.) Having to do with inlaid work; -- especially used with reference to work of the ancient Greeks.

Emplastic (a.) Fit to be applied as a plaster; glutinous; adhesive; as, emplastic applications.

Emplastic (n.) A medicine causing constipation.

Emporetic (a.) Alt. of Emporetical

Encaustic (a.) Prepared by means of heat; burned in.

Encaustic (a.) The method of painting in heated wax, or in any way where heat is used to fix the colors.

Endeictic (a.) Serving to show or exhibit; as, an endeictic dialogue, in the Platonic philosophy, is one which exhibits a specimen of skill.

Energetic (a.) Alt. of Energetical

Enigmatic (a.) Alt. of Enigmatical

Ephemeric (a.) Ephemeral.

Epicyclic (a.) Pertaining to, resembling, or having the motion of, an epicycle.

Epidermic (a.) Epidermal; connected with the skin or the bark.

Epidictic (a.) Alt. of Epidictical

Epileptic (a.) Pertaining to, affected with, or of the nature of, epilepsy.

Epileptic (n.) One affected with epilepsy.

Epileptic (n.) A medicine for the cure of epilepsy.

Epinastic (a.) A term applied to that phase of vegetable growth in which an organ grows more rapidly on its upper than on its under surface. See Hyponastic.

Epiphytic (a.) Alt. of Epiphytical

Epipteric (a.) Pertaining to a small Wormian bone sometimes present in the human skull between the parietal and the great wing of the sphenoid.

Epipteric (n.) The epipteric bone.

Epistolic (a.) Alt. of Epistolical

Epitaphic (a.) Pertaining to an epitaph; epitaphian.

Epitaphic (n.) An epitaph.

Epithetic (a.) Alt. of Epithetical

Epizootic (a.) Of or pertaining to an epizoon.

Epizootic (a.) Containing fossil remains; -- said of rocks, formations, mountains, and the like.

Epizootic (a.) Of the nature of a disease which attacks many animals at the same time; -- corresponding to epidemic diseases among men.

Epizootic (n.) An epizootic disease; a murrain; an epidemic influenza among horses.

Ethologic (a) Alt. of Ethological

Euchloric (a.) Relating to, or consisting of, euchlorine; as, euchloric /.

Eugetinic (a.) Pertaining to, or derived from, eugenol; as, eugetic acid.

Euplastic (a.) Having the capacity of becoming organizable in a high degree, as the matter forming the false membranes which sometimes result from acute inflammation in a healthy person.

Euplastic (n.) Organizable substance by which the tissues of an animal body are renewed.

Euxanthic (a.) Having a yellow color; pertaining to, derived from, or resembling, euxanthin.

Evangelic (a.) Belonging to, or contained in, the gospel; evangelical.

Excentric (a.) Alt. of Excentrical

Exosmotic (a.) Pertaining to exosmose.

Extrinsic (a.) Not contained in or belonging to a body; external; outward; unessential; -- opposed to intrinsic.

Extrinsic (a.) Attached partly to an organ or limb and partly to some other part/ -- said of certain groups of muscles. Opposed to intrinsic.

Fantastic (a.) Existing only in imagination; fanciful; imaginary; not real; chimerical.

Fantastic (a.) Having the nature of a phantom; unreal.

Fantastic (a.) Indulging the vagaries of imagination; whimsical; full of absurd fancies; capricious; as, fantastic minds; a fantastic mistress.

Fantastic (a.) Resembling fantasies in irregularity, caprice, or eccentricity; irregular; oddly shaped; grotesque.

Fantastic (n.) A person given to fantastic dress, manners, etc.; an eccentric person; a fop.

Fluoboric (a.) Pertaining to, derived from, or consisting of, fluorine and boron.

Fluviatic (a.) Belonging to rivers or streams; fluviatile.

Frangulic (a.) Alt. of Frangulinic

Gadolinic (a.) Pertaining to or containing gadolinium.

Gentianic (a.) Pertaining to or derived from the gentian; as, gentianic acid.

Geocyclic (a.) Of, pertaining to, or illustrating, the revolutions of the earth; as, a geocyclic machine.

Geocyclic (a.) Circling the earth periodically.

Geomantic (a.) Alt. of Geomantical

Geometric (a.) Alt. of Geometrical

Geostatic (a.) Relating to the pressure exerted by earth or similar substance.

Geotropic (a.) Relating to, or showing, geotropism.

Glyoxalic (a.) Pertaining to, or designating, an aldehyde acid, intermediate between glycol and oxalic acid.

Gnathonic (a.) Alt. of Gnathonical

Grammatic (a.) Grammatical.

Grandific (a.) Making great.

Graphitic (a.) Pertaining to, containing, derived from, or resembling, graphite.

Gymnastic (a.) Alt. of Gymnastical

Gymnastic (n.) A gymnast.

Gynobasic (a.) Pertaining to, or having, a gynobase.

Hanseatic (a.) Pertaining to the Hanse towns, or to their confederacy.

Hegemonic (a.) Alt. of Hegemonical

Hematitic (a.) Of or pertaining to hematite, or resembling it.

Heuristic (a.) Serving to discover or find out.

Hexabasic (a.) Having six hydrogen atoms or six radicals capable of being replaced or saturated by bases; -- said of acids; as, mellitic acid is hexabasic.

Hexatomic (a.) Having six atoms in the molecule.

Hexatomic (a.) Having six replaceable radicals.

Holethnic (a.) Of or pertaining to a holethnos or parent race.

Homiletic (a.) Alt. of Homiletical

Homodemic (a.) A morphological term signifying development, in the case of multicellular organisms, from the same unit deme or unit of the inferior orders of individuality.

Homopolic (a.) In promorphology, pertaining to or exhibiting that kind of organic form, in which the stereometric ground form is a pyramid, with similar poles. See Promorphology.

Homotaxic (a.) Relating to homotaxis.

Homotypic (a.) Alt. of Homotypical

Honorific (a.) Conferring honor; tending to honor.

Hydantoic (a.) Pertaining to, or derived from, hydantoin. See Glycoluric.

Hydraulic (a.) Of or pertaining to hydraulics, or to fluids in motion; conveying, or acting by, water; as, an hydraulic clock, crane, or dock.

Hydriodic (a.) Pertaining to, or derived from, hydrogen and iodine; -- said of an acid produced by the combination of these elements.

Hyostylic (a.) Having the mandible suspended by the hyomandibular, or upper part of the hyoid arch, as in fishes, instead of directly articulated with the skull as in mammals; -- said of the skull.

Hypogaeic (a.) Pertaining to, or obtained from, the peanut, or earthnut (Arachis hypogaea).

Icelandic (a.) Of or pertaining to Iceland; relating to, or resembling, the Icelanders.

Icelandic (n.) The language of the Icelanders. It is one of the Scandinavian group, and is more nearly allied to the Old Norse than any other language now spoken.

Idealogic (a.) Of or pertaining to an idealogue, or to idealization.

Idiomatic (a.) Alt. of Idiomatical

Ileocolic (a.) Pertaining to the ileum and colon; as, the ileocolic, or ileocaecal, valve, a valve where the ileum opens into the large intestine.

Impolitic (a.) Not politic; contrary to, or wanting in, policy; unwise; imprudent; indiscreet; inexpedient; as, an impolitic ruler, law, or measure.

Indigotic (a.) Pertaining to, or derived from, indigo; as, indigotic acid, which is also called anilic or nitrosalicylic acid.

Indoxylic (a.) Of or pertaining to, or producing, indoxyl; as, indoxylic acid.

Inductric (a.) Alt. of Inductrical

Inelastic (a.) Not elastic.

Inergetic (a.) Alt. of Inergetical

Inerratic (a.) Not erratic or wandering; fixed; settled; established.

Inorganic (a.) Not organic; without the organs necessary for life; devoid of an organized structure; unorganized; lifeness; inanimate; as, all chemical compounds are inorganic substances.

Intrinsic (a.) Inward; internal; hence, true; genuine; real; essential; inherent; not merely apparent or accidental; -- opposed to extrinsic; as, the intrinsic value of gold or silver; the intrinsic merit of an action; the intrinsic worth or goodness of a person.

Intrinsic (a.) Included wholly within an organ or limb, as certain groups of muscles; -- opposed to extrinsic.

Intrinsic (n.) A genuine quality.

Isatropic (a.) Pertaining to, or designating, an acid obtained from atropine, and isomeric with cinnamic acid.

Ischiadic (a.) Ischial.

Ischiatic (a.) Same as Ishial.

Islamitic (a.) Of or pertaining to Islam; Mohammedan.

Isoclinic (a.) Of or pertaining to, or indicating, equality of inclination or dip; having equal inclination or dip.

Isocrymic (a.) Isocrymal.

Isocyanic (a.) Designating an acid isomeric with cyanic acid.

Isometric (a.) Alt. of Isometrical

Isopycnic (a.) Having equal density, as different regions of a medium; passing through points at which the density is equal; as, an isopycnic

Isopycnic (n.) A

Isorropic (a.) Of equal value.

Isosporic (a.) Producing but one kind of spore, as the ferns and Equiseta. Cf. Heterosporic.

Isotropic (a.) Having the same properties in all directions; specifically, equally elastic in all directions.

Jacobinic (a.) Alt. of Jacobinical

Jacobitic (a.) Alt. of Jacobitical

Jatrophic (a.) Of or pertaining to physic nuts, the seeds of plants of the genus Jatropha.

Judaistic (a.) Of or pertaining to Judaism.

Kainozoic (a.) See Cenozoic.

Katabolic (a.) Of or pertaining to katabolism; as, katabolic processes, which give rise to substances (katastates) of decreasing complexity and increasing stability.

Kinematic (a.) Alt. of Kinematical

Kinesodic (a.) Conveying motion; as; kinesodic substance; -- applied esp. to the spinal cord, because it is capable of conveying doth voluntary and reflex motor impulses, without itself being affected by motor impulses applied to it directly.

Kynurenic (a.) Pertaining to, or designating, an acid obtained from the urine of dogs. By decomposition the acid yields a nitrogenous base (called kynurin) and carbonic acid.

Lamaistic (a.) Of or pertaining to Lamaism.

Lapidific (a.) Alt. of Lapidifical

Larixinic (a.) Of, or derived from, the larch (Larix); as, larixinic acid.

Lateritic (a.) Consisting of, containing, or characterized by, laterite; as, lateritic formations.

Lecanoric (a.) Pertaining to, or designating, an organic acid which is obtained from several varieties of lichen (Lecanora, Roccella, etc.), as a white, crystal

Lethargic (a.) Alt. of Lethargical

Levulinic (a.) Pertaining to, or denoting, an acid (called also acetyl-propionic acid), C5H8O3, obtained by the action of dilute acids on various sugars (as levulose).

Lienteric (a.) Of or pertaining to, or of the nature of, a lientery.

Lienteric (n.) A lientery.

Logaoedic (a.) Composed of dactyls and trochees so arranged as to produce a movement like that of ordinary speech.

Lombardic (a.) Of or pertaining to Lombardy of the Lombards.

Lupulinic (a.) Pertaining to, or obtained from, hops; specifically, designating an acid obtained by the decomposition of lupulin.

Lymphatic (a.) pertaining to, containing, or conveying lymph.

Lymphatic (a.) Madly enthusiastic; frantic.

Lymphatic (n.) One of the lymphatic or absorbent vessels, which carry lymph and discharge it into the veins; lymph duct; lymphatic duct.

Lymphatic (n.) A mad enthusiast; a lunatic.

Macaronic (a.) Pertaining to, or like, macaroni (originally a dish of mixed food); hence, mixed; confused; jumbled.

Macaronic (a.) Of or pertaining to the burlesque composition called macaronic; as, macaronic poetry.

Macaronic (n.) A heap of thing confusedly mixed together; a jumble.

Macaronic (n.) A kind of burlesque composition, in which the vernacular words of one or more modern languages are intermixed with genuine Latin words, and with hybrid formed by adding Latin terminations to other roots.

Masoretic (a.) Alt. of Masoretical

Meconinic (a.) Pertaining to, or designating, an acid which occurs in opium, and which may be obtained by oxidizing narcotine.

Melanotic (a.) Melanistic.

Melanuric (a.) Pertaining to, or designating, a complex nitrogenous acid obtained by decomposition of melam, or of urea, as a white crystal

Melilotic (a.) Of, pertaining to, or obtained from, sweet clover or melilot; specifically, designating an acid of the aromatic series, obtained from melilot as a white crystal

Meroistic (a.) Applied to the ovaries of insects when they secrete vitelligenous cells, as well as ova.

Mesaconic (a.) Pertaining to, or designating, one of several isomeric acids obtained from citric acid.

Mesoxalic (a.) Pertaining to, or designating, an acid, CH2O2(CO2H)2, obtained from amido malonic acid.

Messianic (a.) Of or relating to the Messiah; as, the Messianic office or character.

Metabolic (a.) Of or pertaining to metamorphosis; pertaining to, or involving, change.

Metabolic (a.) Of or pertaining to metabolism; as, metabolic activity; metabolic force.

Metagenic (a.) Metagenetic.

Metameric (a.) Having the same elements united in the same proportion by weight, and with the same molecular weight, but possessing a different structure and different properties; as, methyl ether and ethyl alcohol are metameric compounds. See Isomeric.

Metameric (a.) Of or pertaining to a metamere or its formation; as, metameric segmentation.

Methionic (a.) Of, pertaining to, or designating, a sulphonic (thionic) acid derivative of methane, obtained as a stable white crystal

Metonymic (a.) Alt. of Metonymical

Miasmatic (a.) Alt. of Miasmatical

Monandric (a.) Of or pertaining to monandry; practicing monandry as a system of marriage.

Monarchic (a.) Alt. of Monarchical

Monatomic (adv.) Consisting of, or containing, one atom; as, the molecule of mercury is monatomic.

Monatomic (adv.) Having the equivalence or replacing power of an atom of hydrogen; univalent; as, the methyl radical is monatomic.

Monobasic (a.) Capable of being neutralized by a univalent base or basic radical; having but one acid hydrogen atom to be replaced; -- said of acids; as, acetic, nitric, and hydrochloric acids are monobasic.

Monogamic (a.) Pertaining to, or involving, monogamy.

Monogamic (a.) Of or pertaining to the Monogamia; having a simple flower with united anthers.

Monogenic (a.) Of or pertaining to monogenesis.

Monogenic (a.) Producing only one kind of germs, or young; developing only in one way.

Monotonic (a.) Alt. of Monotonical

Monotypic (a.) Having but one type; containing but one representative; as, a monotypic genus, which contains but one species.

Moroxylic (a.) Of, pertaining to, or derived from, the mulberry; moric.

Morphotic (a.) Connected with, or becoming an integral part of, a living unit or of the morphological framework; as, morphotic, or tissue, proteids.

Mozarabic () Same as Muzarab, Muzarabic.

Muzarabic (a.) Of or pertaining to Muzarabs; as, the Muzarabic liturgy.

Mycologic (a.) Alt. of Mycological

Mycomelic (a.) Pertaining to, or designating, a complex nitrogenous acid of the alloxan group, obtained as a honey-yellow powder. Its solutions have a gelatinous consistency.

Mydriatic (a.) Causing dilatation of the pupil.

Mydriatic (n.) A mydriatic medicine or agent, as belladonna.

Myopathic (a.) Of or pertaining to myopathia.

Naphthoic (a.) Pertaining to, derived from, or related to, naphthalene; -- used specifically to designate any one of a series of carboxyl derivatives, called naphthoic acids.

Nazaritic (a.) Of or pertaining to a Nazarite, or to Nazarites.

Neocosmic (a.) Of or pertaining to the universe in its present state; specifically, pertaining to the races of men known to history.

Neolithic (a.) Of or pertaining to, or designating, an era characterized by late remains in stone.

Nephritic (a.) Alt. of Nephritical

Nephritic (n.) A medicine adapted to relieve or cure disease of the kidneys.

Neuralgic (a.) Of or pertaining to, or having the character of, neuralgia; as, a neuralgic headache.

Nicotinic (a.) Pertaining to, or derived from, nicotine; nicotic; -- used specifically to designate an acid related to pyridine, obtained by the oxidation of nicotine, and called nicotinic acid.

Nonylenic (a.) Of, pertaining to, related to, or designating, nonylene or its compounds; as, nonylenic acid.

Nostalgic (a.) Of or pertaining to nostalgia; affected with nostalgia.

Obstetric (a.) Alt. of Obstetrical

Oenanthic (a.) Having, or imparting, the odor characteristic of the bouquet of wine; specifically used, formerly, to designate an acid whose ethereal salts were supposed to occasion the peculiar bouquet, or aroma, of old wine. Cf. Oenanthylic.

Oligistic (a.) Of or pertaining to hematite.

Omophagic (a.) Eating raw flesh; using uncooked meat as food; as, omophagic feasts, rites.

Onomantic (a.) Alt. of Onomantical

Onomastic (a.) Applied to a signature when the body of the instrument is in another's handwriting.

Ontogenic (a.) Ontogenetic.

Ontologic (a.) Ontological.

Organific (a.) Making an organic or organized structure; producing an organism; acting through, or resulting from, organs.

Orgiastic (a.) Pertaining to, or of the nature of, orgies.

Orthoepic (a.) Alt. of Orthoepical

Otolithic (a.) Alt. of Otolitic

Oxyacetic (a.) Hydroxyacetic; designating an acid called also glycolic acid.

Oxybromic (a.) Pertaining to, or designating, certain compounds of oxygen and bromine.

Oxyphenic (a.) Pertaining to, or designating, the phenol formerly called oxyphenic acid, and now oxyphenol and pyrocatechin. See Pyrocatechin.

Paleozoic (a.) Of or pertaining to, or designating, the older division of geological time during which life is known to have existed, including the Silurian, Devonian, and Carboniferous ages, and also to the life or rocks of those ages. See Chart of Geology.

Palestric (a.) Alt. of Palestrical

Pancratic (a.) Having all or many degrees of power; having a great range of power; -- said of an eyepiece made adjustable so as to give a varying magnifying power.

Pancratic (a.) Alt. of Pancratical

Panegyric (a.) An oration or eulogy in praise of some person or achievement; a formal or elaborate encomium; a laudatory discourse; laudation. See Synonym of Eulogy.

Panegyric (a.) Alt. of Panegyrical

Pangothic (a.) Of, pertaining to, or including, all the Gothic races.

Panoistic (a.) Producing ova only; -- said of the ovaries of certain insects which do not produce vitelligenous cells.

Panoramic (a.) Alt. of Panoramical

Panslavic (a.) Pertaining to all the Slavic races.

Parabanic (a.) Pertaining to, or designating, a nitrogenous acid which is obtained by the oxidation of uric acid, as a white crystal

Parabolic (a.) Alt. of Parabolical

Paraconic (a.) Pertaining to, or designating, an organic acid obtained as a deliquescent white crystal

Paradisic (a.) Paradisiacal.

Paragenic (a.) Originating in the character of the germ, or at the first commencement of an individual; -- said of peculiarities of structure, character, etc.

Paragogic (a.) Alt. of Paragogical

Paralytic (a.) Of or pertaining to paralysis; resembling paralysis.

Paralytic (a.) Affected with paralysis, or palsy.

Paralytic (a.) Inc

Paralytic (n.) A person affected with paralysis.

Paramalic (a.) Pertaining to, or designating, an organic acid metameric with malic acid.

Parasitic (a.) Alt. of Parasitical

Paregoric (a.) Mitigating; assuaging or soothing pain; as, paregoric elixir.

Paregoric (n.) A medicine that mitigates pain; an anodyne; specifically, camphorated tincture of opium; -- called also paregoric elexir.

Parenetic (a.) Alt. of Parenetioal

Parthenic (a.) Of or pertaining to the Spartan Partheniae, or sons of unmarried women.

Patriotic (a.) Inspired by patriotism; actuated by love of one's country; zealously and unselfishly devoted to the service of one's country; as, a patriotic statesman, vigilance.

Patristic (a.) Alt. of Patristical

Pedagogic (a.) See Pedagogics.

Pedagogic (a.) Alt. of Pedagogical

Peirastic (a.) Fitted for trail or test; experimental; tentative; treating of attempts.

Perbromic (a.) Pertaining to, or designating, the highest oxygen acid, HBrO4, of bromine.

Perioplic (a.) Of or pertaining to the periople; connected with the periople.

Pharaonic (a.) Of or pertaining to the Pharaohs, or kings of ancient Egypt.

Pharisaic (a.) Alt. of Pharisaical

Philippic (n.) Any one of the series of famous orations of Demosthenes, the Grecian orator, denouncing Philip, king of Macedon.

Philippic (n.) Hence: Any discourse or declamation abounding in acrimonious invective.

Phlogotic (n.) Of or pertaining to phlogisis.

Phloretic (a.) Pertaining to, or derived from, or designating, an organic acid obtained by the decomposition of phloretin.

Phrenetic (a.) Alt. of Phrenetical

Phrenetic (n.) One who is phrenetic.

Pietistic (a.) Alt. of Pietistical

Pilgarlic (n.) One who has lost his hair by disease; a sneaking fellow, or one who is hardly used.

Pisolitic (a.) Composed of, containing, or resembling, pisolite.

Plasmatic (a.) Alt. of Plasmatical

Plethoric (a.) Haeving a full habit of body; characterized by plethora or excess of blood; as, a plethoric constitution; -- used also metaphorically.

Pleuritic (a.) Alt. of Pleuritical

Pneumatic (a.) Alt. of Pneumatical

Pneumonic (a.) Of or pertaining to the lungs; pulmonic.

Pneumonic (a.) Of or pertaining to pneumonia; as, pneumonic symptoms.

Pneumonic (n.) A medicine for affections of the lungs.

Polybasic (a.) Capable of neutralizing, or of combining with, several molecules of a monacid base; having several hydrogen atoms capable of being replaced by basic radicals; -- said of certain acids; as, sulphuric acid is polybasic.

Polyconic (a.) Pertaining to, or based upon, many cones.

Polyeidic (a.) Passing through several distinct larval forms; -- having several distinct kinds of young.

Polygalic (a.) Of, pertaining to, or obtained from, Polygala; specifically, designating an acrid glucoside (called polygalic acid, senegin, etc.), resembling, or possibly identical with, saponin.

Polygenic (a.) Of or relating to polygeny; polygenetic.

Polymeric (a.) Having the same percentage composition (that is, having the same elements united in the same proportion by weight), but different molecular weights; -- often used with with; thus, cyanic acid (CNOH), fulminic acid (C2N2O2H2), and cyanuric acid (C3N3O3H3), are polymeric with each other.

Posologic (a.) Alt. of Posological

Pottassic (a.) Pertaining to, or containing, potassium.

Pragmatic (a.) Alt. of Pragmatical

Pragmatic (n.) One skilled in affairs.

Pragmatic (n.) A solemn public ordinance or decree.

Prakritic (a.) Pertaining to Prakrit.

Preadamic (a.) Prior to Adam.

Preaortic (a.) In front, or on the ventral side, of the aorta.

Preataxic (a.) Occurring before the symptom ataxia has developed; -- applied to the early symptoms of locomotor ataxia.

Prehnitic (a.) Pertaining to, or designating, a tetrabasic acid of benzene obtained as a white crystal

Premosaic (a.) Relating to the time before Moses; as, premosaic history.

Prenostic (n.) A prognostic; an omen.

Presbytic (a.) Same as Presbyopic.

Prismatic (a.) Alt. of Prismatical

Proclitic (a.) Leaning forward; -- said of certain monosyllabic words which are so closely attached to the following word as not to have a separate accent.

Proleptic (a.) Alt. of Proleptical

Prophetic (a.) Alt. of Prophetical

Prophoric (a.) Enunciative.

Propiolic (a.) Pertaining to, or designating, an organic acid (called also propargylic acid) of the acetylene or tetrolic series, analogous to propionic acid, and obtained as a white crystal

Prostatic (a.) Of or pertaining to the prostate gland.

Protactic (a.) Giving a previous narrative or explanation, as of the plot or personages of a play; introductory.

Prothetic (a.) Of or pertaining to prothesis; as, a prothetic apparatus.

Protozoic (a.) Of or pertaining to the Protozoa.

Protozoic (a.) Containing remains of the earliest discovered life of the globe, which included mollusks, radiates and protozoans.

Psalmodic (a.) Alt. of Psalmodical

Ptolemaic (a.) Of or pertaining to Ptolemy, the geographer and astronomer.

Puritanic (a.) Alt. of Puritanical

Pyramidic (a.) Alt. of Pyramidical

Pyroboric (a.) Pertaining to derived from, or designating, an acid, H2B4O7 (called also tetraboric acid), which is the acid ingredient of ordinary borax, and is obtained by heating boric acid.

Pyrogenic (a.) Producing heat; -- said of substances, as septic poisons, which elevate the temperature of the body and cause fever.

Pyromalic (a.) Pertaining to, or designating, an acid now called maleic acid.

Pyromucic (a.) Pertaining to, derived from, or designating, an acid obtained as a white crystal

Pyroxenic (a.) Containing pyroxene; composed chiefly of pyroxene.

Pyroxylic (a.) Derived from wood by distillation; -- formerly used in designating crude wood spirit.

Pyrrhonic (a.) Of or pertaining to pyrrhonism.

Quadratic (a.) Of or pertaining to a square, or to squares; resembling a quadrate, or square; square.

Quadratic (a.) Tetragonal.

Quadratic (a.) Pertaining to terms of the second degree; as, a quadratic equation, in which the highest power of the unknown quantity is a square.

Realistic (a.) Of or pertaining to the realists; in the manner of the realists; characterized by realism rather than by imagination.

Rhapsodic (a.) Alt. of Rhapsodic

Rhapsodic (a.) Of or pertaining to rhapsody; consisting of rhapsody; hence, confused; unconnected.

Rheumatic (a.) Derived from, or having the character of, rheum; rheumic.

Rheumatic (a.) Of or pertaining to rheumatism; as, rheumatic pains or affections; affected with rheumatism; as, a rheumatic old man; causing rheumatism; as, a rheumatic day.

Rheumatic (n.) One affected with rheumatism.

Ricinolic (a.) Ricinoleic.

Roccellic (a.) Pertaining to, or designating, a dibasic acid of the oxalic series found in archil (Roccella tinctoria, etc.), and other lichens, and extracted as a white crystal

Saccharic (a.) Of, pertaining to, or obtained from, saccharine substances; specifically, designating an acid obtained, as a white amorphous gummy mass, by the oxidation of mannite, glucose, sucrose, etc.

Saccholic (a.) Saccholactic.

Sadducaic (a.) Pertaining to, or like, the Sadducees; as, Sadducaic reasonings.

Sagenitic (a.) Resembling sagenite; -- applied to quartz when containing acicular crystals of other minerals, most commonly rutile, also tourma

Saporific (a.) Having the power to produce the sensation of taste; producing taste, flavor, or relish.

Saracenic (a.) Alt. of Saracenical

Sarcastic (a.) Alt. of Sarcastical

Scelestic (a.) Evil; wicked; atrocious.

Schematic (a.) Of or pertaining to a scheme or a schema.

Scioptric (a.) Scioptic.

Sclavonic (a.) Same as Slavonic.

Sclerotic (a.) Hard; firm; indurated; -- applied especially in anatomy to the firm outer coat of the eyeball, which is often cartilaginous and sometimes bony.

Sclerotic (a.) Of or pertaining to the sclerotic coat of the eye; sclerotical.

Sclerotic (a.) Affected with sclerosis; sclerosed.

Sclerotic (n.) The sclerotic coat of the eye. See Illust. of Eye (d).

Sclerotic (a.) Pertaining to, or designating, an acid obtained from ergot or the sclerotium of a fungus growing on rye.

Scorbutic (a.) Alt. of Scorbutical

Selenitic (a.) Alt. of Selenitical

Semeiotic (a.) Alt. of Semiotic

Seminific (a.) Alt. of Semnifical

Semitonic (a.) Of or pertaining to a semitone; consisting of a semitone, or of semitones.

Smegmatic (a.) Being of the nature of soap; soapy; cleansing; detersive.

Sonorific (a.) Producing sound; as, the sonorific quality of a body.

Sophistic (a.) Alt. of Sophistical

Soporific (a.) Causing sleep; tending to cause sleep; soporiferous; as, the soporific virtues of opium.

Soporific (n.) A medicine, drug, plant, or other agent that has the quality of inducing sleep; a narcotic.

Spanaemic (a.) Of or pertaining to spanaemia; having impoverished blood.

Spasmodic (a.) Of or pertaining to spasm; consisting in spasm; occuring in, or characterized by, spasms; as, a spasmodic asthma.

Spasmodic (a.) Soon relaxed or exhausted; convulsive; intermittent; as, spasmodic zeal or industry.

Spasmodic (n.) A medicine for spasm.

Spermatic (a.) Of or pertaining to semen; as, the spermatic fluid, the spermatic vessels, etc.

Sphenotic (a.) Of, pertaining to, or designating, the sphenotic bone.

Sphenotic (n.) The sphenotic bone.

Spiroylic (a.) Alt. of Spiroylous

Splenetic (a.) Affected with spleen; malicious; spiteful; peevish; fretful.

Splenetic (n.) A person affected with spleen.

Stalactic (a.) Alt. of Stalactical

Statistic (a.) Alt. of Statistical

Stearolic (a.) Of, pertaining to, or designating, an acid of the acetylene series, isologous with stearis acid, and obtained, as a white crystal

Steatitic (n.) Pertaining to, or of the nature of, steatite; containing or resembling steatite.

Stegnotic (a.) Tending to render costive, or to diminish excretions or discharges generally.

Stegnotic (n.) A stegnotic medicine; an astringent.

Stigmatic (n.) A notorious profligate or criminal who has been branded; one who bears the marks of infamy or punishment.

Stigmatic (n.) A person who is marked or deformed by nature.

Stigmatic (n.) A person bearing the wounds on the hands and feet resembling those of Jesus Christ caused by His crucifixion; -- for true stigmantics the wounds are supposed to have been caused miraculously, as a sign of great ho

Stigmatic (a.) Alt. of Stigmatical

Stomachic (a.) Alt. of Stomachical

Stomachic (n.) A medicine that strengthens the stomach and excites its action.

Strategic (a.) Alt. of Strategical

Stratonic (a.) Of or pertaining to an army.

Stratotic (a.) Warlike; military.

Stromatic (a.) Miscellaneous; composed of different kinds.

Strumatic (a.) Scrofulous; strumous.

Strychnic (a.) Of or pertaining to strychnine; produced by strychnine; as, strychnic compounds; strychnic poisoning

Strychnic (a.) used to designate an acid, called also igasuric acid.

Stryphnic (a.) Pertaining to, or designating, a complex nitrogenous acid, obtained by the action of acetic acid and potassium nitrite on uric acid, as a yellow crystal

Stylistic (a.) Of or pertaining to style in language.

Subarctic (a.) Approximately arctic; belonging to a region just without the arctic circle.

Sudorific (a.) Causing sweat; as, sudorific herbs.

Sudorific (n.) A sudorific medicine. Cf. Diaphoretic.

Sulphamic (a.) Of or pertaining to a sulphamide; derived from, or related to, a sulphamide; specifically, designating an amido acid derivative, NH2.SO2.OH, of sulphuric acid (analogous to sulphonic acid) which is not known in the free state, but is known in its salts.

Sulphatic (a.) Of, pertaining to, resembling, or containing, a sulphate or sulphates.

Sulphinic (a.) Of, pertaining to, or designating, any one of a series of acids regarded as acid ethereal salts of hyposulphurous acid; as, methyl sulphinic acid, CH3.SO.OH, a thick unstable liquid.

Sulphuric (a.) Of or pertaining to sulphur; as, a sulphuric smell.

Sulphuric (a.) Derived from, or containing, sulphur; specifically, designating those compounds in which the element has a higher valence as contrasted with the sulphurous compounds; as, sulphuric acid.

Sustaltic (a.) Mournful; -- said of a species of music among the ancient Greeks.

Sybaritic (a.) Alt. of Sybaritical

Sycoceric (a.) Of, pertaining to, or designating, an acid obtained by the oxidation of sycoceryl alcohol.

Sylleptic (a.) Alt. of Sylleptical

Symmetric (a.) Symmetrical.

Symphonic (a.) Symphonious.

Symphonic (a.) Relating to, or in the manner of, symphony; as, the symphonic form or style of composition.

Syncretic (a.) Uniting and blending together different systems, as of philosophy, morals, or religion.

Synonymic (n.) The science, or the scientific treatment, of synonymous words.

Synonymic (a.) Alt. of Synonymical

Syntactic (a.) Alt. of Syntactical

Synthetic (a.) Alt. of Synthetical

Systaltic (a.) Capable of, or taking place by, alternate contraction and dilatation; as, the systaltic action of the heart.

Tartralic (a.) Pertaining to, or designating, an acid obtained as a white amorphous deliquescent substance, C8H10O11; -- called also ditartaric, tartrilic, or tartrylic acid.

Tartramic (a.) Of, pertaining to, or designating, an acid which is the primary acid amide derivative of tartaric acid.

Tartrelic (a.) Of, pertaining to, or designating, an anhydride, C4H4O5, of tartaric acid, obtained as a white crystal

Tartronic (a.) Of, pertaining to, or designating, an organic acid (called also hydroxy malonic acid) obtained, by reducing mesoxalic acid, as a white crystal

Taxonomic (a.) Pertaining to, or involving, taxonomy, or the laws and principles of classification; classificatory.

Teleozoic (a.) Having tissued composed of cells.

Teraconic (a.) Pertaining to, or designating, an acid obtained by the distillation of terebic acid, and homologous with citraconic acid.

Terpentic (a.) Terpenylic.

Tesseraic (a.) Diversified by squares; done in mosaic; tessellated.

Thalassic (a.) Of or pertaining to the sea; -- sometimes applied to rocks formed from sediments deposited upon the sea bottom.

Theandric (a.) Relating to, or existing by, the union of divine and human operation in Christ, or the joint agency of the divine and human nature.

Thearchic (a.) Divinely sovereign or supreme.

Theogonic (a.) Of or relating to theogony.

Theologic (a.) Theological.

Theoremic (a.) Theorematic.

Theoretic (a.) Alt. of Theoretical

Thermotic (a.) Alt. of Thermotical

Threnetic (a.) Alt. of Threnetical

Titanitic (a.) Pertaining to, or containing, titanium; as, a titanitic mineral.

Trachytic (a.) Of, pertaining to, or resembling, trachyte.

Traumatic (a.) Of or pertaining to wounds; applied to wounds.

Traumatic (a.) Adapted to the cure of wounds; vulnerary.

Traumatic (a.) Produced by wounds; as, traumatic tetanus.

Traumatic (n.) A traumatic medicine.

Triatomic (a.) Having three atoms; -- said of certain elements or radicals.

Triatomic (a.) Having a valence of three; trivalent; sometimes, in a specific sense, having three hydroxyl groups, whether acid or basic; thus, glycerin, glyceric acid, and tartronic acid are each triatomic.

Trichroic (a.) Exhibiting trichroism; pleochroic; pleochroism.

Triclinic (a.) Having, or characterized by, three unequal axes intersecting at oblique angles. See the Note under crystallization.

Tricrotic (a.) Of or pertaining to tricrotism; characterized by tricrotism.

Trilithic (a.) Pertaining to a trilith.

Trimellic (a.) Of, pertaining to, or designating, a certain tribasic acid (called also trimellitic acid) metameric with trimesitic acid.

Trimetric (a.) Same as Orthorhombic.

Trochilic (a.) OF or pertaining to rotary motion; having power to draw out or turn round.

Undecolic (a.) Pertaining to, or designating, an acid, C11H18O2, of the propiolic acid series, obtained indirectly from undecylenic acid as a white crystal

Undecylic (a.) Related to, derived from, or containing, undecyl; specifically, designating that member of the fatty acids which corresponds to undecane, and is obtained as a white crystal

Unelastic (a.) Not elastic; inelastic.

Un-Mosaic (a.) Not according to Moses; unlike Moses or his works.

Unpolitic (a.) Impolitic; imprudent.

Uropoetic (a.) Producing, or favoring the production of, urine.

Uropoetic (a.) Of, pertaining to, or designating, a system of organs which eliminate nitrogenous waste matter from the blood of certain invertebrates.

Vaporific (a.) Producing vapor; tending to pass, or to cause to pass, into vapor; thus, volatile fluids are vaporific; heat is a vaporific agent.

Vitriolic (a.) Of or pertaining to vitriol; derived from, or resembling, vitriol; vitriolous; as, a vitriolic taste. Cf. Vitriol.

Wolframic (a.) Of or pertaining to wolframium. See Tungstic.

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