-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)

clitoric
Of or relating to the clitoris.
clonic
1. Relating to abnormal neuromuscular activity characterized by rapidly alternating muscle contraction and relaxation.
2. A reference to clonus; alternately contracting and relaxing the muscles.
clysmic
Washing off, carrying away by the rushing of waters; washing, cleansing; to clean.
cometic
communistic (adjective), more communistic, most communistic
A reference to practices or of individuals who adhere to theories of collective ownership and centralized management of economic, etc. policies: "The communistic tendencies of the local labor movement encouraged many citizens to question the current leadership of the country."
concentric (adjective), more concentric, most concentric
1. Pertaining to circles, arcs, or other shapes that have the same center with the larger one completely surrounding the smaller ones.
2. Etymology: from Latin concentricus; from com-, "together" + centrum, "center".
coprolithic
A reference to fossilized excrement or feces.
coprozoic
1. Living in fecal material; such as, protozoans found in dung.
2. Found in fecal material.
3. A reference to organisms living on the excreta of other animal forms.

Inhabitants of dung, mostly protozoa, merging on the one hand into intestinal parasites or otherwise into inhabitants of damp earth.

cosmic (noun), more cosmic, most cosmic
1. A reference, or description, of outer space or a part of the universe other than the earth.
2. Very great in size or significance.
cosmocratic (adjective), more cosmocratic, most cosmocratic
1. A reference to a prince, or a ruler, of a country.
2. Characterized by a prosperous business school graduate who benefits from globalization and living a global lifestyle.
cosmogenetic
Relating to the branch of astrophysics that studies the origin and evolution and structure of the universe.
cosmogenic
Affected by cosmic rays.
cosmogonic
Pertaining to the branch of astronomy; dealing with the origin, history, structure, and dynamics of the universe.
cosmogonic
A reference to the theory of the origin of the universe.
cosmonautic (adjective), more cosmonautic, most cosmonautic
A reference to the activities involved with traveling in outer space beyond the earth.