Ionic


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I·on·ic

 (ī-ŏn′ĭk)
adj.
1. Of or relating to Ionia or the Ionians.
2. Architecture Of or relating to the Ionic order.
n.
The ancient Greek dialect of Ionia.

i·on·ic

 (ī-ŏn′ĭk)
adj.
Of, containing, or involving ions.

ionic

(aɪˈɒnɪk)
adj
(General Physics) of, relating to, or occurring in the form of ions

Ionic

(aɪˈɒnɪk)
adj
1. (Architecture) 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, composite4, Tuscan, Corinthian
2. (Historical Terms) of or relating to Ionia, its inhabitants, or their dialect of Ancient Greek
3. (Poetry) prosody of, relating to, designating, or employing Ionics in verse
n
4. (Historical Terms) one of four chief dialects of Ancient Greek; the dialect spoken in Ionia. Compare Aeolic, Arcadic, Doric See also Attic3
5. (Poetry) (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)

I•on•ic

(aɪˈɒn ɪk)

adj.
1. of or designating one of the five classical orders of architecture, characterized by a fluted column with a molded base and a capital composed of two pairs of connected volutes..
2. noting or employing a metrical foot consisting either of two long followed by two short syllables or of two short followed by two long syllables.
3. Ionian.
n.
4. an Ionic foot, verse, or meter.
5. the dialect of ancient Greek, akin to Attic, spoken in Euboea, the Cyclades, and Ionia.
[1555–65]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Ionic - the dialect of Ancient Greek spoken and written in Attica and Athens and IoniaIonic - the dialect of Ancient Greek spoken and written in Attica and Athens and Ionia
Ancient Greek - the Greek language prior to the Roman Empire
Adj.1.ionic - containing or involving or occurring in the form of ions; "ionic charge"; "ionic crystals"; "ionic hydrogen"
nonpolar, nonionic - not ionic; "a nonionic substance"
2.Ionic - of or pertaining to the Ionic order of classical Greek architecture
3.Ionic - of or relating to Ionia or its inhabitants or its language
Translations

Ionic

[aɪˈɒnɪk] ADJjónico

ionic

[aɪˈɒnɪk] ADJ (Chem) → iónico

Ionic

adjionisch

ionic

adjIonen-; ionic bondIonenbindung f

Ionic

[aɪˈɒnɪk] adj (Archit) → ionico/a

ionic

[aɪˈɒnɪk] adj (Phys, Chem) → ionico/a
References in classic literature ?
When he chose to take a walk it was with a regular step in the entrance hall with its mosaic flooring, or in the circular gallery with its dome supported by twenty red porphyry Ionic columns, and illumined by blue painted windows.
At the extremity of the courtyard, where, close to a portico formed of Ionic columns, were the dog kennels, rose an oblong building, the pavilion of the orangery, a half circle, inclosing the court of honor.
Grandfather now looked at his watch, which hung within a beautiful little ebony temple, supported by four Ionic columns.
Six caryatides, or marble women, clad in flowing robes, support the portico of the Temple of Hercules, but the porticos and colonnades of the other structures are formed of massive Doric and Ionic pillars, whose flutings and capitals are still measurably perfect, notwithstanding the centuries that have gone over them and the sieges they have suffered.
Nothing could be more noble in appearance than the central forecourt raised upon the flight of steps, like a king upon his throne, having around it four pavilions at the angles, the immense Ionic columns of which rose majestically to the whole height of the building.
Hellen had three sons, Dorus, Xuthus, and Aeolus, parents of the Dorian, Ionic and Aeolian races, and the offspring of these was then detailed.
He is generally supposed to have been a Greek of Asia Minor, of one of the Ionic Colonies, but the exact period in which he lived and wrote is yet unsettled.
This test, commonly referred to by the machine's trade name, such as Omegameter, Ionograph, Zero Ion or Contaminometer, extracts surface residues with an isopropyl alcohol (IPA) and deionized water mixture and analyzes the total ionic content, reporting the average for the entire PCB.
The scientists say the perfume also has the ability to remove the bad odours that come from sweat, as compounds responsible for the smell are attracted to the ionic liquid, attaching themselves to it and losing their potency.
Ionic liquids are known as appropriate homogenous catalysts due to their unique physical properties, including negligible vapor pressure, high ionic conductivity and perfect solubility.
Objective: REMSIL (Rare Earth Metal Separation with Ionic Liquids) focuses on the design and development of novel technologies based on task specific ionic liquids (TSILs), solid-supported-ionic liquids (SSILs) and ionogel membranes for the separation and recovery of high-tech rare earth metals (REMs).
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