-ic

(Greek: a suffix; pertaining to; of the nature of, like; in chemistry, it denotes a higher valence of the element than is expressed by -ous)

aitionastic (adjective)
1. A change in direction or bending caused by external forces.
2. The curvature of part of a plant stimulated by a widely spread or a scattered stimulus.
aitionomic (adjective)
A reference to growth patterns and other phenomena imposed by the environment.
aitiotropic (adjective)
A reference to any movement that comes from an external stimulus.
akinaesthetic, akinesthetic (adjective); more akinaesthetic, more akinesthetic; most akinaesthetic, most akinesthetic
The absence or loss of movements: Jeff, the akinaesthetic patient, experienced disorienting situations because he could not experience motions with any part of his body.
akinesic
akinetic
Without movement, or without much movement.

A term used in neurology to denote the absence (or poverty) of movement.

albinic
Of, pertaining to, or affected with albinism.
albinotic
Of, pertaining to, or affected with albinism; also albinistic.
albuminuretic
albuminuric
Relating to or characterized by albuminuria.
alcholimetric (adjective)
A reference to a device, called a alcoholometer, that measures the quantity of alcohol contained in a liquid.
alcoholic (adjective)
Relating to, containing, or produced by alcohol.

O God! That men should put an enemy in their mouths to steal away their brains.

—Cassio, in Othello by William Shakespeare (1564-1616)
aleatocratic (adjective), more aleatocratic, most aleatocratic
Relating to the result of going into a governmental position by chance: The aleatocratic leadership of the country was a result of an unusual "luck of the draw".
aleatoric (adjective), more aleatoric, most aleatoric
1. A reference to something which is done randomly: Bill's aleatoric choices of words resulted in a confusing rendition of his lexicographic report to his fellow linguistic students.
2. Characterized by chance, often in reference to art or music: Frederic's performance involved aleatoric choices of notes rather than a fixed score.
alethic
Relating to the philosophical concepts of truth and possibility and especially to the branch of logic that formalizes them.