adjective mith·ri·dat·ic \¦mithrə¦datik\
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Definition of mithridatic

  1. 1 usually capitalized :  of or relating to Mithridates VI of ancient Pontus

  2. 2 :  of or relating to mithridatism

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Origin and Etymology of mithridatic

mithridatic from Latin Mithridaticus, from Mithridates + -icus -ic; mithradatic, alteration (influenced by Greek Mithradatēs Mithridates) of mithridatic

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