Origin of medic2
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Historical Examples of medick
You're going to do a lot more than ostensibly work at it, Medick.
From this latter the medick is easily distinguished by its heads of naked, blackened, incurved seed-vessels.Science and Practice in Farm Cultivation
Lucerne, lū′sėrn, n. a species of Medick, a valuable forage-plant.
Dr. Medick here, who has made an important discovery that will enable all of you to return to your homes, will read it to you.
Word Origin for medick
Word Origin for medic
1650s, "physician, medical student," from Latin medicus "physician" (see medical (adj.)); modern sense of "serviceman in a military medical corps" first recorded 1925.