Definition for ics (2 of 2)
Origin of -ics
Examples from the Web for ics
Dietet′ics, rules for regulating diet; Dietet′ist, one who lays stress on diet; Dī′etist, an authority on diet.
Hygroscopic′ity; Hygrostat′ics, the art of measuring degrees of moisture.
Lith′oglyphics, Lithoglypt′ics, the art of engraving on precious stones; Lithog′lyphite, a fossil as if engraved by art.
Gnomon′ics, the art of dialling; Gnomonol′ogy, a treatise on dialling.
If "ologies" and "ics," the lore of school and market, comfort their souls—be it so.Lords of the North|A. C. Laut