medallic

medallic

[muh-dal-ik]
adjective
of or pertaining to medals.

Origin:
1695–1705; medal + -ic

nonmedallic, adjective
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medal (ˈmɛdəl)
 
n
1.  a small flat piece of metal bearing an inscription or image, given as an award or commemoration of some outstanding action, event, etc
 
vb , -als, -alling, -alled, -als, -aling, -aled
2.  (tr) to honour with a medal
3.  informal (intr) (in sport) to win a medal
 
[C16: from French médaille, probably from Italian medaglia, ultimately from Latin metallummetal]
 
medallic
 
adj

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