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echoic

[ e-koh-ik ]
/ ɛˈkoʊ ɪk /
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adjective
resembling an echo.
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Origin of echoic

From the Latin word ēchōicus, dating back to 1875–80. See echo, -ic

OTHER WORDS FROM echoic

non·e·cho·ic, adjectiveun·e·cho·ic, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for echoic

echoic
/ (ɛˈkəʊɪk) /

adjective
characteristic of or resembling an echo
onomatopoeic; imitative
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