idic

adjective
id·​ic | \ˈidik\

Definition of idic 

: relating to or consisting of ids idic constituents of germplasm

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First Known Use of idic

1893, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for idic

id entry 1 + -ic

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Dictionary Entries near idic

Ídhi

Idiacanthus

idiasm

idic

idigbo

-idin

idio-

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