Definition of -otic in English:

-otic

Pronunciation: /ˈɒtɪk/

suffix

  • Forming adjectives and nouns corresponding to nouns ending in -osis (such as neurotic corresponding to neurosis).

Derivatives

-otically

suffix
Forming corresponding adverbs.

Origin

from French -otique, via Latin from the Greek adjectival ending -ōtikos.

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