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conic

[ kon-ik ]
/ ˈkɒn ɪk /
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adjective
Also con·i·cal. having the form of, resembling, or pertaining to a cone.
noun
Geometry. conic section.
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Origin of conic

1560–70; <Greek kōnikós, equivalent to kôn(os) cone + -ikos-ic

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British Dictionary definitions for conic

conic
/ (ˈkɒnɪk) /

adjective Also: conical
  1. having the shape of a cone
  2. of or relating to a cone
noun
another name for conic section
See also conics

Derived forms of conic

conically, adverb

Word Origin for conic

C16: from New Latin, from Greek kōnikos, from kōnos cone
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