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-iatric

word-forming element from Greek iatrikos "healing," from iatros "physician, healer" (related to iatreun "treat medically," and iasthai "heal, treat"); of uncertain origin, perhaps from iaomai "to cure," related to iaino "heat, warm, cheer," probably from a root meaning "enliven, animate."

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-iatric in Medicine

-iatric suff.
Of or relating to a specified kind of medical practice, treatment, or healing: geriatric.

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