[kuh-noh-pik, -nop-ik]


pertaining to Canopus.

Origin of Canopic

1875–80; < Latin Canōpicus of Canopus; see -ic Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for canopic

Historical Examples of canopic

  • In the Canopic way Dada was fairly beside herself with delight.

  • In the great house in the Canopic street it was late ere all was quiet for the night.

  • In the greatest excitement he went out of the house, through the great gate, into the Canopic way, and walked on.

  • A woman, of whom she enquired, directed her down a wider street that would take her into the Canopic Way.

  • And a few minutes later the old man was making his way to the house in the Canopic street.