English Edit

Alternative forms Edit

Etymology Edit

From Middle French scénique, from Latin scēnicus, alternative form of scaenicus (of or pertaining to the stage; theatrical, scenic), from Ancient Greek σκηνικός (skēnikós, theatrical), from σκηνή (skēnḗ, stage).

Pronunciation Edit

  • IPA(key): /ˈsiːnɪk/, /ˈsiːnək/
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  • Rhymes: -iːnɪk, -iːnək

Adjective Edit

scenic (comparative more scenic, superlative most scenic)

  1. having beautiful scenery; picturesque
    We have plenty of time: let's take the scenic route.
  2. of or relating to scenery
  3. dramatic; theatrical

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Noun Edit

scenic (plural scenics)

  1. a depiction of scenery
  2. (informal) a scenic artist; a person employed to design backgrounds for theatre etc.

Romanian Edit

Etymology Edit

Borrowed from French scenique, from Latin scaenicus.

Adjective Edit

scenic m or n (feminine singular scenică, masculine plural scenici, feminine and neuter plural scenice)

  1. scenic

Declension Edit