medic

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See also: Medic and mèdic

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medic (usually uncountable, plural medics)

  1. Alternative spelling of medick (herb of the genus Medicago)

Etymology 2[edit]

From Latin medicus (of or belonging to healing, curative, medical; as a noun, medicus, masculine, a physician, doctor, surgeon), Late Latin medica (feminine, a female physician, midwife), from mederi (to heal).

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medic (not comparable)

  1. Of or pertaining to medicines; medical.

Noun[edit]

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medic (plural medics)

  1. A doctor
  2. A paramedic, someone with special training in first aid, especially in the military
  3. A medical student.
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Etymology 1[edit]

Borrowed from Latin medicus.

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medic m, n (feminine singular medică, masculine plural medici, feminine and neuter plural medice)

  1. medical

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medic m (plural medici, feminine equivalent medică)

  1. doctor, physician

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Etymology 2[edit]

From med (Median) +‎ -ic.

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medic m, n (feminine singular medică, masculine plural medici, feminine and neuter plural medice)

  1. Median

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