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-etic

1.
a suffix used in the formation of adjectives:
eidetic.
Origin
< Latin -eticus, Greek -etikos, equivalent to -et-, a formative occurring in some nouns + -ikos -ic
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-etic
suffix meaning "pertaining to," from Gk. -etikos, adj. suffix for nouns ending in -esis.
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