anetic /ə-netˈik/ (medicine)
ORIGIN: L aneticus, from Gr anetikos abating sickness

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anetic, a. Med.
[ad. L. anetic-us, a. Gr. ἀνετικός fitted to relax, f. ἀνιέναι, see anesis.]
Assuaging the severity (of a disease), soothing.
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