A mighty man thou art, Naso, yet is a man not mighty who doth stoop like thee: Naso thou art mighty—and pathic.
He was famous for having been the lover of one of the most exalted Venetian ladies, and at the same time her husband's pathic.
We're going to go in close enough for you to take a 'pathic look-around.
The pathic took my ducat, kissed my hand, and they all departed.
Again, he observes that it is as easy to recognise a pathic by his impudent behaviour as a gymnast by his muscles.
I find no instance in history of that emperor's being a pathic, though Persius seems to brand him with it.