RORIC

Etymology

Adjective

roric (comparative more roric, superlative most roric)

Resembling or pertaining to dew; dewy.

Synonyms

• rorid, rory; see also bedewed

Anagrams

• cirro-

Source: Wiktionary


Ro"ric, a. Etym: [L. ros, roris, dew.]

Definition: Of or pertaining to dew; resembling dew; dewy. Roric figures (Physics), figures which appear upon a polished surface, as glass, when objects which have been near to, or in contact with, the surface are removed and the surface breathed upon; -- called also Moser's images.

Source: Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary 1913 Edition



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