of or relating to the heart
Pertaining to the heart.
Pertaining to the cardia.
Origin: From καρδιακός, from καρδία. Distantly related to English courage, which is from Latin, but of same Proto-Indo-European root.
pertaining to, resembling, or hear the heart; as, the cardiac arteries; the cardiac, or left, end of the stomach
exciting action in the heart, through the medium of the stomach; cordial; stimulant
a medicine which excites action in the stomach; a cardial
Origin: [L. cardiacus, Gr. , fr. heart: cf. F. cardiaque.]
Cardiac is a fictional character comic book vigilante hero appearing in publications from Marvel Comics. Created by writer David Michelinie and penciller Erik Larsen, he first appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man #342.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
kär′di-ak, adj. belonging to the heart: cordial, reviving—also Cardiac′al.—ns. Car′diac, a disease of the heart: a cordial; Car′dialgy, Cardial′gia, an uneasy sensation or burning pain at the upper orifice of the stomach, apparently at the heart—hence called heartburn; Car′diograph, an apparatus for recording by a tracing—Car′diogram—the movements of the heart; Car′dioid, a geometrical curve, so called from its heart-like form; Cardīt′is, inflammation of the heart. [L.—Gr. kardiakos—kardia, the heart.]
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The numerical value of cardiac in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of cardiac in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Examples of cardiac in a Sentence
We’re not just talking about asthma, we’re talking about cardiac issues as well.
They arrive in bad conditions and we can't even get adrenaline to deal with a cardiac arrest.
Sedentary lifestyle, fast food and smoking will add to the risk of having a cardiac event or diabetes.
This forces us to reflect on uncommon feeding regimes, even if in this case it was complicated by a cardiac malformation.
There’s no doubt that CPR training is going to improve outcomes of cardiac arrest, a little bit of training goes a long way.
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