-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)

archehypnotic
Occurring at the beginning of sleep.
archeokinetic
Denoting or relating to a primitive type of motor nerve mechanism, such as is found in the peripheral and the ganglionic nervous systems.
archibenthic
Referring to the bottom of the sea from the edge of the continental shelf to the upper limit of the abyssobenthic zone, at depths of ca. 200 to 1 000 meters.
archiblastic
archilithic
archimorphic
architectonic
Of or pertaining to architecture; suited or serviceable for the construction of buildings.
arctic air
An air mass, cold aloft and extending to great heights, whose characteristics develop mostly in winter over arctic surfaces of ice and snow.
arctic mist
A light ice fog that appears as a mist of ice crystals.
areometric
1. Of or pertaining to hydrometry (determination of a fluid's specific grqavity by using an aerometer or hydrometer).
argentic (adjective), more argentic, most argentic
A reference to that which contains a certain precious and bright metallic substance.
argillic
Relating to, containing, composed of, or characteristic of clay.
arhythmic
Lacking a steady rhythm; such as, an arrhythmic heartbeat.
aristocratic
aristogenetic