otic

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(17th C) from Ancient Greek ὠτικός (otikos), from οὖς (ous, ear).

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otic (not comparable)

  1. (anatomy) of, relating/pertaining to, or located near the ear
    Otic preparations are used to treat infections of the ear canal.

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