optic

(Gr. optikos of or for sight) of or pertaining to the eye.
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optic

(opĀ“tik) ocular (def. 1).
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optic

(op;tik) Pertaining to the eye.
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Optic

• (a.) The organ of sight; an eye. • (a.) An eyeglass. • (a.) Alt. of Optical
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Optic

Op'tic noun [ From Optic , adjective ] 1. The organ of sight; an eye. « The difference is as great between The optics seeing, as the object seen.» Pope. 2. An eyeglass. [ Obsolete] Herbert.
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optic

adjective, Greek optos = seen; hence, pertaining to sight.
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optic

Of or pertaining to the eye. ... Origin: Gr. Optikos = of or for sight ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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Optic

Optic is slang for the eye.
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Optic

Optic: Having to do with vision.
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Optic

pertaining to the eyes
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optic

Pertaining to vision
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Optic

Relating to vision
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optic

Type: Term Pronunciation: op′tik, op′ti-kăl Definitions: 1. Relating to the eye, vision, or optics.
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