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Definition of the adjective Pontic

What does Pontic mean as an attribute of a noun?

adjective

  1. Of or pertaining to the Pontus, Euxine, or Black Sea.

Explanation

Pontic a.k.a. Pontic Language: Pontic Greek is a Greek language originally spoken in the Pontus area on the southern shores of the Black Sea, northeastern Anatolia, the Eastern Turkish/Caucasus province of Kars, southern Georgia and today mainly in northern Greece. The linguistic lineage of Pontic Greek stems from Ionic Greek via Koine and Byzantine Greek and contains influences from Georgian, Russian, Turkish and to a lesser extent, Persian and various Caucasian languages. Its speakers are referred to as Pontic Greeks or Pontian Greeks.

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Google previewConcise Prosthodontics- E Book (2017)

Prep Manual for Undergraduates by Vijay Prakash, Ruchi Gupta

Pontic and Its Design Pontic is an artificial tooth or teeth that replace the missing natural tooth or teeth to restore function, aesthetics, comfort and oral health. Pontic is attached to the retainer with the help of a connector which may be rigid or a ...

Google previewEvents That Formed the Modern World: From the European Renaissance through the War on Terror [5 volumes] (2012)

From the European Renaissance through the War on Terror by Frank W. Thackeray, John E. Findling

Pontic. Pontic is an adjective ...

Google previewReview Questions and Answers for Dental Assisting - Revised Reprint (2015)

by Mosby, Betty Ladley Finkbeiner

A pontic is an artificial tooth that attaches to the abutments of a fixed bridge to maintain space. CAT: Chairside Dental Procedures 61. Which instrument would be passed to the operator ...

Google previewReview Questions and Answers for Dental Assisting2 (2013)

Review Questions and Answers for Dental Assisting by Mosby, Betty Ladley Finkbeiner

A pontic is an artificial tooth that attaches to the abutments ofa fixed bridge to maintain space. CAT: Chairside Dental Procedures 61. Which instrument would be passed to the operator ...

Google previewTouraine and Brittany, their Celtic monuments and ancient castles, ocean and sea-bathing stations, places of pilgrimage, the Loire from Orleans to the ocean (1901)

Illustrated by twelve coloured maps and fourteen plans by Charles Bertram Black, Geraldine Edith Mitton

Pontic is a fishing village and bathing-station. From it a coach runs to the invigorating bathmg-station of Prefailles. From Quiberon (map, page 173) a steamer| . . sails to the large island of Belle-Ile. Noirmoutier is approached by a xxii Maps and ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Dentistry (2010)

by Robert Ireland

A pontic may reproduce both the aesthetics and morphology of the natural tooth or it may be constructed in the posterior part of the mouth to allow a selfcleansing area between the pontic and the mucosal tissue covering the alveolar ridge ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Prehistory (2011)

Volume 4: Europe by Peter N. Peregrine, Melvin Ember

The eastern BalkanCarpathianNorthwestern Pontic environment is varied.The northernThrace plain and plateau, the flooded plainofthe Danube, the Romanianplain, theDobrouja plateau, thesoutheastern partofthe Transylvanian plateau, the ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Ukraine (2016)

Volume II: G-K by Volodymyr Kubijovyc

From the 7th century BC, Greek citystates founded trading colonies on the northern Pontic littoral. With time these towns became independent poleis (see * ancient states on the northern Black sea coast), which interacted and traded with the ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the World's Endangered Languages (2008)

by Christopher Moseley

the twentieth century was spoken along the entire Black Sea coast of Turkey and adjacent Georgia: western Pontic was spoken from Inebolu to Unye, and eastern Pontic in Trebizond (Trabzon, Trapezunt) area and in Chaldia, especially ...

Google previewDictionary of Genocide: A-L (2008)

by Samuel Totten, Paul Robert Bartrop

Pontic Greeks, Genocide of. The Pontic (sometimes Pontian) Greek genocide is the term applied to the massacres and deportations perpetrated against ethnic Greeks living in the Ottoman Empire at the hands of the Young Turk government ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of World Geography (2005)

by R. W. McColl

The Northern Plains run along the western half of the Black Sea coast in a narrow belt until the Northern Mountains meet the Pontic Mountains. PONTIC MOUNTAINS The Northern Mountains cover a large area in of northwestern Asiatic ...

Google previewDictionary of Genocide: M-Z (2008)

by Samuel Totten, Paul Robert Bartrop

Pontic Greeks, Genocide of. The Pon.dc (sometimes Pontian) Greek genocide is the term applied to the massacres and deportations perpetrated against ethnic Greeks living in the Ottoman Empire at the hands of the Young Turk government ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Aphrodisiacs (2013)

Psychoactive Substances for Use in Sexual Practices by Christian Rätsch, Claudia Müller-Ebeling

Pontic. Honey. See Honey. Poppers. Amyl Nitrite C5H11 O2N, Amylium Nitrosum, Salpetre Acid Amyl ester, Isobutyl Nitrite NC4 H9O2 Other Names ...

Google previewAnabasis of Cyrus: book i, chapters 1-6. With a literal tr. of the 1st chapter, and a lexicon to the whole [by J.T.V. Hardy]. (1838)

by Xenophon (of Athens.)

pontic. 'EXXijer-irovros, c. f. eXXi)oTrojTo, the Hellespont. e\-oipi, opt. and {\-o- pev-os, c. f. e\opevo, part. midd. from eX. eXots, fem. c. f. eXn-j8, hope. ep-av-r-ov . See av Or to, ep-/la-iv-eiv. see jia. ep-jia\-\-eiv. see /3aX. ep-fla-s, c. f. epfiavr, part.

Google previewConcise Encyclopedia of Languages of the World (2010)

the Pontic dialects, which were ...

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Scrabble value of P3O1N1T1I1C3

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