calendic

EnglishEdit

Etymology 1Edit

calendula +‎ -ic

AdjectiveEdit

calendic (not comparable)

  1. (organic chemistry) Relating to calendic acid or its derivatives

Etymology 2Edit

calendar +‎ -ic

AdjectiveEdit

calendic (not comparable)

  1. (rare) According to, relating to, or concerning the calendar.
    • 1896, Bear Leib Friedman, Rabbis of Ancient Times, New York: Rochester Volksblatt, page 35:
      In consequence of this it was impossible to send out messengers to announce the coming of the festivals, and therefore the Patriarch Hillel, with the consent of the Sanhedrim determined to reveal the secret of the calendic calculation.
    • 1936, Rollo Ahmed, The Black Art, London: Long, page 186:
      According to them all sorcerers, necromancers and evil-doers were born under the baleful influence of the seventh calendic sign[.]

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