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Definition of the adjective atypic
What does atypic mean as an attribute of a noun?
- not representative of a group, class, or type
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Cocker's English Dictionary: interpreting the most refined and difficult words in divinity, philosophy, law, physick ... mechanicks, &c. With an explanation of those hard words, which are derived from other languages ... To which is added, an historico-poetical dictionary ... the interpretation of the most usual terms in military discipline ... the terms which merchants ... make use of in trade and commerce ... Perused and published from the authors correct copy, by John Hawkins. [With a portrait.] (1704)
by Edward COCKER, John Hawkins
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by Chapin Aaron Harris, Ferdinand James Samuel Gorgas
by Richard Dennis Hoblyn
[ATYPIC, ATYPOS, ATYPUS (a, priv.; tvwos, a type). Having no regular ...
Pocket Medical Dictionary (1999)
by B. Jain Publishers Staff
Atypic, ah-tip- ik. Irregular; not typic. Aubert's Phenom'enon. An optical illusion by which, when ...
Medical Lexicon (1839)
A New Dictionary of Medical Science, Containing a Concise Account of the Various Subjects and Terms; with a Vocabulary of Synonymes in Different Languages, and Formulæ for Various Officinal and Empirical Preparations, &c by Robley Dunglison
It is opposed to atypic. Sometimes opposed to anomalous. FEvER, ScoRavTIc, Febris scorbu'tica. The febrile movement, which sometimes accompanies seorbutus or scurvy. FEvER, Seeoivmnv. A febrile condition, which recurs in certain ...
by Robley Dunglison
Atypic, Atyp'icus, At'ypos, (F.) Atypique, (a, and runos, “type.") That #. has no type.
(Based on Mayne's Lexicon) by New Sydenham Society, Henry Power, Leonard William Sedgwick
atypic. See Atypic fever. The term has also been applied to fevers which do not run a definite course according to the continued FEVER.
A New Medical Dictionary (1890)
by George Milbry Gould
Atypic. See F., enema/our. F., Bilioua, one accompanying afl'ections of the digestive organs. F., Catarrhal, that with catarrhal affections of the air-passages. F ., Catheter, a severe remittent fever sometimes following the passage of the ...
A Complete Encyclopedic Lexicon, Literary, Scientific, and Technological by John Ogilvie
Besides these, intervals of four, five, six* seven* or eight days may occur, or even longer periods, constituting erratic or atypic forms of ague ; and may be caused by treatment, by atmospheric vicissitudes, ...
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Scrabble value of A1T1Y4P3I1C3
The value of this 6-letter word is 13 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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