-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)

ethnographic
A reference to ethnography or the scientific description of nations or races of mankind.
ethnologic
1. Referring to ethnology.
2. Of or pertaining to ethnology.
etiologic
1. Pertaining to causes or origins.
2. In pathology, originating from; causal; such as, an etiologic agent.
3. A reference to etiology.
etiopathic
A reference to the pathogenesis, or cause, of a disease.
etiotropic
1. Directed against the cause of a disease.
2. A reference to a treatment or medication that destroys or inactivates the causal agent of a disease.
eucentric (adjective), more eucentric, most eucentric
1. Someone whose behavior is consistently good in quality or performance: Jim's uncle is a very eucentric and reliable person when his help is needed.
2.A technical item that is placed centrally or is having its axis or other part placed in the middle point of a sphere.
eugnostic
euharmonic
1. Producing mathematically perfect harmony or concord; sweetly or perfectly harmonious.
2. Producing harmony or concordant sounds; as the euharmonic organ.
eukinetic
euphoric
Ecstatic: extremely happy or excited.
eupneic
eupotamic
Pertaining to an aquatic organism thriving in both flowing and standing fresh water.
eurhythmic
1. Characterized by a pleasing rhythm.
2. Harmoniously ordered or proportioned.
eurybathic
eurybiontic
A reference to an organism tolerating a wide range of a particular environmental factor.