Platonic

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See also: platonic and platònic

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From Latin Platōnicus; surface analysis is Plato +‎ -n- (intervocalic) +‎ -ic (relating to).

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Platonic (comparative more Platonic, superlative most Platonic)

  1. Of or relating to the ancient Greek philosopher Plato or his philosophies.
  2. Alternative letter-case form of platonic (non-sexual).

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Platonic (plural Platonics)

  1. A Platonist; a follower of Plato's ideas.

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