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medic

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noun med·ic \ˈme-dik\

Definition of medic

  1. :  any of a genus (Medicago) of leguminous herbs (as alfalfa)

Origin and Etymology of medic

Middle English medike, from Latin medica, from Greek mēdikē, from feminine of mēdikos of Media, from Mēdia Media


First Known Use: 15th century


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medic

noun med·ic

Definition of medic

  1. :  one engaged in medical work or study; especially :  corpsman

Origin and Etymology of medic

Latin medicus


First Known Use: 1625


Medical Dictionary

medic

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noun med·ic \ˈmed-ik\

Medical Definition of medic

  1. :  a person engaged in medical work; especially :  corpsman



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