[ik-tahy-nuh s] /ɪkˈtaɪ nəs/
flourished mid-5th century b.c, Greek architect, a designer of the Parthenon.
5th century bc, Greek architect, who designed the Parthenon with Callicrates
International Center for Theoretical Physics
[ik-tuh s] /ˈɪk təs/ noun, plural ictuses, ictus. 1. Prosody. rhythmical or metrical stress. 2. Pathology. /ˈɪktəs/ noun (pl) -tuses, -tus 1. (prosody) metrical or rhythmic stress in verse feet, as contrasted with the stress accent on words 2. (med) a sudden attack or stroke n. verse stress, 1752, from Latin ictus “a blow, stroke, […]
Latin jurisconsultus (one learned in the law)
1. . abbreviation 1. intensive care unit 2. (text messaging) I see you ICU abbr. intensive care unit intensive care unit