Heptasyllabic, hep-ta-si-lab′ik, adj. seven-syllabled, like the second half of the elegiac pentameter.
Enteric, en-ter′ik, adj. of or pertaining to the intestines.
But the deep boom of new-comers swept the earlier songsters out of the field: “ik rammel, ik ratel en ik scheur”.
The four day signs at the left indicate that it is divided into four divisions, of which the first begins with the day 13 ik.
Biquadratic, bī-kwod-rat′ik, n. a quantity twice squared, or raised to the fourth power.
Made rather mull of first half; "ik gedenk heden aan mijne zonden" (I do remember my faults this day).
Gamic, gam′ik, adj. having a sexual character, of an ovum—opp.
Academic, ak-ad-em′ik, n. a Platonic philosopher: a student in a college.
Demosthenic, de-mos-then′ik, adj. of or like Demosthenes, the Athenian orator: eloquent.
Anthelmintic, an-thel-mint′ik, adj. destroying or expelling worms.