sophic

adjective soph·ic \ˈsäfik\
variants: or

sophical

\-fə̇kəl\

Definition of sophic

  1. :  of, relating to, or full of wisdom :  intellectual

sophically

adverb

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Origin and Etymology of sophic

Late Latin sophicus, from Greek sophos skilled, clever, wise + Latin -icus -ic, -ical


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