(Latin: from -icalis, a suffix that forms adjectives from nouns; of or having to do with; having the nature of; constituting or being; containing or made up of; made by or caused by; like, characteristic of; art or system of thought; chemical terms)

angelical (adjective), more angelical, most angelical
1. Resembling or befitting a heavenly person or a saint.
2. Pertaining to not disturbing or annoying other people.
3. Referring to or relating to benevolent behavior.
A reference to the anus and the urinary bladder.
anthropical (adjective), more anthropical, most anthropical
1. Conveying a connection with, or an attachment to, human nature.
2. Relating to mankind or the period of mankind's existence on Earth: There are various theories regarding the anthropical way people have been living in this world through the centuries.
anthropological (adjective), more anthropological, most anthropological
1. Relating to the nature or the study of mankind and their cultures.
2. A reference to the natural history of human beings.

More than any other time in history, mankind faces a crossroads. One path leads to despair and utter hopelessness. The other, to total extinction. Let us pray we have the wisdom to choose correctly.

—Woody Allen (A.K.A. Allen Konigsberg)
anthropometrical (s) (adjective), more anthropometrical, most anthropometrical
A reference to the study of a person's body measurement for use in classifications and comparisons.
anthropomorphical (adjective), more anthropomorphical, most anthropomorphical
1. Referring to the attribution of a human personality to anything impersonal or irrational.
3. The characterization of non-human objects in human form or animals as possessing human qualities.
anthroponomical (adjective), more anthroponomical, most anthroponomical
Relating to the laws that regulate human action.
anthroposophical (adjective), more anthroposophical, most anthroposophical
A reference to the conception of or the understanding of mankind; human wisdom.
anthropotomical (adjective), more anthropotomical, most anthropotomical
A reference to human anatomy or the dissection of human bodies.
antichronical (adjective), more antichronical, most antichronical
Descriptive of something varying from the correct order of time: When Susan wrote a thank-you card to her friend, she accidentally wrote down the antichronical date of the year before!
1. Contrary to nature; unnatural.
2. Relieving flatulence; carminative (a drug or agent that induces the expulsion of gas from the stomach or intestines).
1. Something which is formed according to a prior model or pattern, and bearing strong features or resemblance to it.
2. Anything that is foreshadowed by, or identified with, an earlier symbol or type.
3. An opposite or contrasting type.
apolitical (adjective), more apolitical, most apolitical
1. Not related to, nor dealing with the structure or affairs of a government or the state: "Allen was a member of an apolitical organization."
2. Not involved nor interested in activities or ideas that involve gaining power in a country or over some special area of the world.
apsychical (adjective)
1. Unspiritual.
2. Not connected with or controlled by the mind.
arachnological (adjective), more arachnological, most arachnological
Referring to, or pertaining to arachnology: Floyd had to write a short essay on spiders and finally found some arachnological information on the internet that he could use.