adjective mi·rif·ic \(ˈ)mī¦rifik\
variants: less commonly



Definition of mirific

  1. :  working wonders :  marvelous his mirific adventures — W. J. Locke

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Origin and Etymology of mirific

mirific from Middle French mirifique marvelous, from Latin mirificus, from mirus wonderful + -ficus -fic; akin to Latin mirari to wonder at; mirifical from mirific + -al

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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