Definition of aulic
1 : of or relating to a court : courtly ecclesiastical wealth and aulic dignities — W. S. Landor
2 [New Latin aula + English -ic] anatomy : of or relating to the aula
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Origin and Etymology of aulic
French aulique, from Latin aulicus, from Greek aulikos, from Greek aulē + -ikos -ic
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