Definition of Britannic in English:

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Britannic

Pronunciation: /brɪˈtanɪk/

adjective

dated
(Chiefly in names or titles) of Britain or the British Empire: he answered His Britannic Majesty’s call to arms
More example sentences
  • Her Britannic Majesty's correct title is: Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
  • Her Britannic Majesty is, after all, only human.
  • It recalled that stirring Britannic anthem, Hearts of Oak (sadly unheard at the Proms this year).

Origin

Mid 17th century: from Latin Britannicus, from Britannia (see Britannia).

Words that rhyme with Britannic

aldermanic, botanic, Brahmanic, epiphanic, galvanic, Germanic, Hispanic, interoceanic, Koranic, manganic, manic, mechanic, messianic, oceanic, organic, panic, Puranic, Romanic, satanic, shamanic, talismanic, titanic, transoceanic, tympanic, volcanic
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