[et-ik] /ˈɛt ɪk/ adjective, Linguistics. 1. pertaining to or being the raw data of a language or other area of behavior, without considering the data as significant units functioning within a system. 1. a suffix used in the formation of adjectives: eidetic. adj. 1954, coined by U.S. linguist K.L. Pike (1912-2000) from ending of phonetic. […]
[ee-tik-it] /ˈiˌtɪk ɪt/ noun 1. an electronic record confirming the purchase of a seat on an airline flight: Present your e-ticket to receive your boarding pass. noun an electronic record that takes the place of a conventional printed ticket, a paperless ticket created on the Internet; also called electronic ticket Word Origin e(lectronic) + ticket […]
etidocaine e·ti·do·caine (ĭ-tī’də-kān’) n. A local anesthetic.
[et id ge-noo s ohm-ne; English et id jee-nuh s om-nee] /ɛt ˈɪd ˈgɛ nʊs ˈoʊm nɛ; English ɛt ˈɪd ˈdʒi nəs ˈɒm ni/ Latin. 1. .