What does medic mean?

Definitions for medic
ˈmɛd ɪkmedic

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. medic, medick, trefoilnoun

    any of several Old World herbs of the genus Medicago having small flowers and trifoliate compound leaves

  2. medical officer, medicnoun

    a medical practitioner in the armed forces

GCIDE

  1. Medicnoun

    Specifically: (Mil.) A member of the medical corps in the military.

  2. Medicnoun

    A medical doctor.

  3. Medicnoun

    A medical student.

Wiktionary

  1. medicnoun

    Medick; any of various European and North African herbs, of the genus Medicago, several of which are grown for fodder etc.

  2. medicnoun

    A doctor, especially in the military

  3. medicnoun

    A medical student.

  4. medicadjective

    Of or pertaining to medicines; medical.

  5. Medicnoun

    The Median language.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Medicnoun

    a leguminous plant of the genus Medicago. The black medic is the Medicago lupulina; the purple medic, or lucern, is M. sativa

  2. Medicadjective

    medical

  3. Etymology: [L. medicus.]

Freebase

  1. Medic

    Medic is a general term for a person involved in medicine; a physician, medical student, or military medical corpsman. In the UK, the term "medic" amongst doctors indicates that someone has followed a "medical" career path accredited by the MRCP such as cardiology or endocrinology. This is in contrast to a surgical branch of specialisation in postgraduate professional training.

Chambers 20th Century Dictionary

  1. Medic

    med′ik, n. one of several plants of the genus Medicago, esp. the purple medic or lucerne—leguminous plants, with leaves like those of clover.—Also Med′ick. [L. medica—Gr. mēdikē (poa), 'median' (grass).]

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of medic in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of medic in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

Examples of medic in a Sentence

  1. Christian Morris:

    Every minute of Chantel’s life has been inextricably altered, every single minute since she walked into that medic room to a company that chose profits over patient care.

  2. Deputy Commissioner Kevin Davis:

    They pick him up off the floor and place him on the seat at that time. He says he needs a medic.

  3. Colin Wayne:

    Due to the force of the blast I suffered a concussion and I remember yelling for a medic but nobody was around me. It was pitch black, I couldnt see my hand in front of my face, my leg was throbbing in pain, I could barely breathe due to the massive amount of debris in the air. After a few minutes, two soldiers came in and got me, but those [four to five]minutes felt like hours. So coming back stateside, I have been told by family members that I was a lot more distant and that I had changed some.

  4. Brad Pitt:

    I think he’s smarter than I am. He’s not going to step in the same potholes, the industry has changed. It’s like the kind of film has changed. If you want to make substantial stories and things that are profound and mean something you kind of have to delve into the independent realm... He called Hacksaw Ridge a big independent film, noting that the film is not even that huge a budget or anything. Andrew Garfield plays Desmond T. Doss, a United States Army corporal and combat medic during WWII who won a Congressional Medal of Honor despite refusing to bear arms. Mel Gibson said bold men like Doss exist in the world today. MORE : Mel Gibson to be honored.

  5. President Biden:

    Our troops in Iraq and Afghanistan faced many dangers. One being stationed at bases breathing in toxic smoke from burn pits, heath Robinson [ Heath Robinson ] was born a soldier. Army National Guard. Combat medic in Kosovo and Iraq. Stationed near Baghdad, just yards from burn pits the size of football fields.

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  • Pastor Ernest Sye
    A great tool. As a minister of the gospel I study with many different commentaries and references. This will be added to our collection.
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