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ionic

  

      adj   of, relating to, or occurring in the form of ions  


Ionic  
      adj  
1    of, denoting, or relating to one of the five classical orders of architecture, characterized by fluted columns and capitals with scroll-like ornaments  
   See also       Doric       Composite       Tuscan       Corinthian  
2    of or relating to Ionia, its inhabitants, or their dialect of Ancient Greek  
3      (Prosody)   of, relating to, designating, or employing Ionics in verse  
      n  
4    one of four chief dialects of Ancient Greek; the dialect spoken in Ionia  
   Compare       Aeolic       Arcadic       Doric  
  
See also  
    Attic       3  
5    (in classical prosody) a type of metrical foot having either two long followed by two short syllables (greater Ionic), or two short followed by two long syllables (lesser Ionic)  
ionic bond  
      n      another name for       electrovalent bond  
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Ionic  
      adj  
1    of, denoting, or relating to one of the five classical orders of architecture, characterized by fluted columns and capitals with scroll-like ornaments  
   See also       Doric       Composite       Tuscan       Corinthian  
2    of or relating to Ionia, its inhabitants, or their dialect of Ancient Greek  
3      (Prosody)   of, relating to, designating, or employing Ionics in verse  
      n  
4    one of four chief dialects of Ancient Greek; the dialect spoken in Ionia  
   Compare       Aeolic       Arcadic       Doric  
  
See also  
    Attic       3  
5    (in classical prosody) a type of metrical foot having either two long followed by two short syllables (greater Ionic), or two short followed by two long syllables (lesser Ionic)  


ionic  
      adj   of, relating to, or occurring in the form of ions  
ionic bond  
      n      another name for       electrovalent bond  

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ionic bond, ionic bond, iconic, ironic

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