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melic

adjective mel·ic \ˈme-lik\

Definition of MELIC

:  of or relating to song :  lyric; especially :  of or relating to Greek lyric poetry of the seventh and sixth centuries b.c.
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Origin of MELIC

Latin melicus, from Greek melikos, from melos song — more at melody
First Known Use: 1699

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