poliorcetics

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Ancient Greek πολιορκητικα (poliorkētika, things related to sieges), neuter plural of πολιορκητικος (poliorkētikos). Compare poliorcetic.

Noun[edit]

poliorcetics

  1. The art of siege warfare, namely, that of conducting or resisting a siege.