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Etymology edit

Borrowed from Middle French sciatique, from Late Latin sciaticus, variant of ischiadicus, from Ancient Greek ἰσχιαδικός (iskhiadikós), the adjective of ἰσχίον (iskhíon, hip).

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Adjective edit

sciatic (not comparable)

  1. Of, or relating to the ischium.
  2. Of, or relating to sciatica.

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Noun edit

sciatic (plural sciatics)

  1. The sciatic nerve.
  2. A person with sciatica.

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Romanian edit

Etymology edit

Borrowed from French sciatique, from Latin sciaticus.

Adjective edit

sciatic m or n (feminine singular sciatică, masculine plural sciatici, feminine and neuter plural sciatice)

  1. sciatic

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