iridic

adjective
irid·​ic | \ i-ˈri-dik How to pronounce iridic (audio) , ī-ˈri-dik\

Definition of iridic

: of or relating to the iris of the eye

First Known Use of iridic

circa 1890, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for iridic

Greek īrid-, îris "rainbow, iridescent halo around the moon, a flame, etc., iris of the eye" + -ic entry 1

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iridic

adjective
irid·​ic | \ ī-ˈrid-ik also i-\

Medical Definition of iridic

: of or relating to the iris of the eye the pigmented iridic epithelium

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