Otic
Otic O"tic, a. [Gr. ?, fr. o'y^s, 'wto`s, the ear: cf. F. otique.] Of, pertaining to, or in the region of, the ear; auricular; auditory. [1913 Webster]

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  • otic — OTÍC, otice, s.n. Lopăţică cu care se curăţă de pământ brăzdarul şi cormana plugului. – Din scr. otik. Trimis de ana zecheru, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DEX 98  OTÍC s. (tehn.) (reg.) raz, răzător, răzuitor, răzuş, (prin Transilv. şi Maram.) săpălău,… …   Dicționar Român

  • -otic — [ät′ik] [Gr ōtikos] suffix forming adjectives 1. of or affected with [neurotic] 2. producing …   English World dictionary

  • otic — [ōt′ik, ät′ik] adj. [Gr ōtikos < ous (gen. ōtos), EAR1] of or connected with the ear …   English World dictionary

  • otic — di·otic; ent·otic; otic; post·otic; dich·otic; epi·otic; peri·otic; pro·otic; sphen·otic; pro·cary·otic; pro·kary·otic; …   English syllables

  • -otic — suffix forming adjectives and nouns corresponding to nouns in osis, meaning affected with or producing or resembling a condition in osis or a person affected with this (narcotic; neurotic; osmotic). Derivatives: otically suffix forming adverbs.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • otic — Relating to the ear. [G. otikos, fr. ous, ear] * * * otic ōt ik adj of, relating to, or located in the region of the ear: AUDITORY, AURICULAR * * * adj. relating to the ear. * * * (oґtik) [Gr. ōtikos] pertaining to the ear; called also aural …   Medical dictionary

  • -otic — I. adjective suffix Etymology: Greek ōtikos, from ōtos, ending of verbals, from o (stem of causative verbs in oun) + tos, suffix forming verbals more at ed of, relating to, or characterized by a (specified) action, process, or condition <… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • otic — relating to hearing, to the ear …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • otic — /oh tik, ot ik/, adj. Anat. of or pertaining to the ear; auricular. [1650 60; < Gk otikós. See OT , IC] * * * …   Universalium

  • -otic — an adjective suffix of Greek origin, often corresponding to nouns ending in osis, denoting a relationship to an action, process, state, or condition indicated by the preceding element: hypnotic; neurotic. See tic. [ < Gk otikos] * * * …   Universalium

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