-pathic


  1. a combining form occurring in adjectives that correspond to nouns ending in -pathy: psychopathic.

Origin of -pathic

1
From New Latin; see origin at -pathy, -ic

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British Dictionary definitions for pathic

pathic

/ (ˈpæθɪk) /


noun
  1. a catamite

  2. a person who suffers; victim

adjective
  1. of or relating to a catamite

  2. of or relating to suffering

Origin of pathic

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C17: via Latin from Greek pathikos passive; see pathos

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