scioptic

adjective sci·op·tic \(ˈ)sī¦äptik\

Definition of scioptic

  1. :  of or relating to the formation of images in a darkened room (as in a camera obscura)

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Origin and Etymology of scioptic

sci- + optic


First Known Use: 1749


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