[ ahy-a-trik, ee-a- ]
/ aɪˈæ trɪk, iˈæ- /
of or relating to a physician or medicine; medical.
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therapeutic, medicinal, curative, healing, corrective, aesculapian, iatric, medicative, therapeutical
Origin of iatric
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/ (aɪˈætrɪk) /
relating to medicine or physicians; medical
Word Origin for iatric
C19: from Greek iatrikos of healing, from iasthai to heal
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[ ī-ăt′rĭk ]
Of or relating to medicine or a physician.
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