mesic

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English[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Ancient Greek μέσος (mésos). Compare with xeric and hydric.

Adjective[edit]

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mesic (comparative more mesic, superlative most mesic)

  1. (biology, of a habitat) Moist.
  2. (biology, of an organism) Adapted to a moist habitat.
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Etymology 2[edit]

From mes(on) +‎ -ic.

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mesic (comparative more mesic, superlative most mesic)

  1. (physics) Of or pertaining to mesons; mesonic.