-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)

epinosic
An advantage by being ill; applies to secondary gratification received through neurotic illness.
epithetic
epizootic
1. Common among animals.
2. A disease affecting a large number of animals simultaneously, corresponding to "epidemic" in humans.
eponymic
1. Being or relating to or bearing the name of an eponym.
2. A reference to something named after someone.

For example, a condition called Sherman's syndrome might be named after someone named Sherman, who discovered it, or described and clearly delineated it.

eremobic
Growing or living in isolation; having a solitary existence.
ergastic
Referring to or relating to ergasia.
ergatocratic (adjective), more ergatocratic, most ergatocratic
A reference to governments which are controlled by classes of workers.
ergogenic
ergographic
A reference to an instrument for recording the amount of work done by muscular contractions, or the amplitude of contraction.
ergonomic
esotropic
esthesic (adjective), more esthesic, most esthesic
Pertaining to the mental perception of sensations or the existence of any part of the body: As an artist, Ms. Cooper used her esthetic senses to create a mental image of herself when she was doing a self-portrait.
esthesodic (adjective), more esthesodic, most esthesodic
Providing a path for sensory impulses; such as, conveying sensations from the external organs to the brain or nerve centers: The esthesodic path from what Jim sees to what he perceives is through his optic nerves.
etheric (adjective), more etheric, most etheric
ethic