Cos"sic\ (k?s"s?k), Cossical \Cos"sic*al\ (-s?-kal), a. [It. cossico. See 2d Coss.] Of or relating to algebra; as, cossic numbers, or the cossic art. [Obs.] "Art of numbers cossical." --Digges (1579).
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