adjective ne·o·ter·ic \ˌnē-ə-ˈter-ik\

Definition of NEOTERIC

:  recent in origin :  modern

Origin of NEOTERIC

Late Latin neotericus, from Late Greek neōterikos, from Greek, youthful, from neōterios, comparative of neos new, young — more at new
First Known Use: 1577


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