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Borrowed from Latin planeticus, from Ancient Greek πλανητικός (planētikós), from πλανητός (planētós, wandering; planetary), from πλανήτης (planḗtēs, wanderer, planet), from πλανάω (planáō, to wander) +‎ -της (-tēs, masculine agent noun suffix).

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planetic (comparative more planetic, superlative most planetic)

  1. (astronomy, rare) Of or relating to planets; planetary.
    Synonym: (obsolete) planetical
  2. (obsolete, figuratively) Ever-changing; erratic, turbulent.
  3. (biology) Of or relating to the transfer of nuclei between cells (in certain fungi and algae species).

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