|1.||Doric composite Tuscan See also Corinthian of, denoting, or relating to one of the five classical orders of architecture, characterized by fluted columns and capitals with scroll-like ornaments|
|2.||of or relating to Ionia, its inhabitants, or their dialect of Ancient Greek|
|3.||prosody of, relating to, designating, or employing Ionics in verse|
|4.||Aeolic Arcadic Compare Doric See also Attic one of four chief dialects of Ancient Greek; the dialect spoken in Ionia|
|5.||(in classical prosody) a type of metrical foot having either two long followed by two short syllables (greater Ionic), or two short followed by two long syllables (lesser Ionic)|
ionic i·on·ic (ī-ŏn'ĭk)
Of, containing, or involving an ion or ions.