pertaining to or constituting a synopsis
; affording or taking a general view of the principal parts of a subject.
( often initial capital letter ) taking a common view: used chiefly in reference to the first three Gospels (synoptic Gospels) Matthew, Mark, and Luke, from their similarity in content, order, and statement.
( often initial capital letter ) pertaining to the synoptic Gospels.
Origin: 1755–65; Related forms
< Greek synoptikós,
equivalent to synop-
) + -tikos -tic
non·syn·op·tic, adjective, noun
is always a great word to know.
So is ninnyhammer. Does it mean: