platic

adjective plat·ic \ˈplatik\

Definition of platic

of the conjunction of two astrologic planets

  1. :  falling within half the sum of the orbs but not within a single degree — compare partile

platicly

adverb

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Origin and Etymology of platic

Late Latin platicus broad, general, from Greek platikos, from platos breadth (from platys wide, broad, flat) + -ikos -ic; from the approximation being broad and not exact


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