Origin of aquatic
Examples from the Web for aquatics
Aquatics may be said to have reached full swing with the completion of these institutions at the Universities.
There is another club called the Aquatics, which belongs exclusively to the members of the boats.Ernest Bracebridge|William H. G. Kingston
It was content to take the patriotic part of guarding national amateur prestige in aquatics.
I grew all manner of hardy nymphæa and aquatics for years, until my big tanks sprung a leak.About Orchids|Frederick Boyle
Aquatics, with dicious or polygamous flowers from a spathe; outer perianth calyx-like, the inner sometimes wanting.
Word Origin for aquatic
late 15c., from Middle French and Old French aquatique (13c.), from Latin aquaticus "growing in water; bringing rain," from aqua "water" (see aqua-)