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Acataleptic
Acataleptic A*cat`a*lep"tic, a. [Gr. ?.] Incapable of being comprehended; incomprehensible.
Analeptic
Analeptic An`a*lep"tic, a. [Gr. ? restorative: cf. F. analeptique. See Analepsis.] (Med.) Restorative; giving strength after disease. -- n. A restorative.
Antepileptic
Antepileptic Ant`ep*i*lep"tic, a. [Pref. anti- + epileptic.] (Med.) Good against epilepsy. -- n. A medicine for epilepsy.
Antiepileptic
Antiepileptic An`ti*ep`i*lep"tic, a. & n. (Med.) Same as Antepileptic.
Cataleptic
Cataleptic Cat`a*lep"tic, a. [Gr. katalhptiko`s.] Pertaining to, or resembling, catalepsy; affected with catalepsy; as, a cataleptic fit.
Epileptic
Epileptic Ep`i*lep"tic, n. 1. One affected with epilepsy. 2. A medicine for the cure of epilepsy.
Epileptical
Epileptical Ep`i*lep"tic*al, a. Epileptic.
Hysteroepileptic
Hysteroepilepsy Hys`ter*o*ep"i*lep`sy, n. [Hysteria + epilepsy.] (Med.) A disease resembling hysteria in its nature, and characterized by the occurrence of epileptiform convulsions, which can often be controlled or excited by pressure on the ovaries, and upon other definite points in the body. -- Hys`ter*o*ep`i*lep"tic, a.
iatroleptic
Iatraliptic I*a`tra*lip"tic, a. [Gr. ?; ? physician + ? belonging to the ? or anointer, fr. ? to anoint: cf. F. iatraliptique.] Treating diseases by anointing and friction; as, the iatraliptic method. [Written also iatroleptic.]
Metaleptic
Metaleptic Met`a*lep"tic, a. [Gr. ?] 1. Of or pertaining to a metalepsis. 2. Transverse; as, the metaleptic motion of a muscle. 3. (Chem.) Of, pertaining to, concerned in, or occurring by, metalepsy.
Metaleptical
Metaleptical Met`a*lep"tic*al, a. Metaleptic. -- Met`a*lep"tic*al*ly, adv.
Metaleptically
Metaleptical Met`a*lep"tic*al, a. Metaleptic. -- Met`a*lep"tic*al*ly, adv.
Nympholeptic
Nympholeptic Nym`pho*lep"tic, a. Under the influence of nympholepsy; ecstatic; frenzied. [Poetic]
Organoleptic
Organoleptic Or`ga*no*lep"tic, a. [F. organoleptique, fr. Gr. ? an organ + ? to lay hold of.] (Physiol.) Making an impression upon an organ; plastic; -- said of the effect or impression produced by any substance on the organs of touch, taste, or smell, and also on the organism as a whole.
Proleptic
Proleptic Pro*lep"tic, Proleptical Pro*lep"tic*al, a. [Gr. ?: cf. F. proleptique.] 1. Of or pertaining to prolepsis; anticipative. ``A far-seeing or proleptic wisdom.' --De Quincey. 2. Previous; antecedent. --Glanvill. 3. (Med.) Anticipating the usual time; -- applied to a periodical disease whose paroxysms return at an earlier hour at every repetition.
Proleptical
Proleptic Pro*lep"tic, Proleptical Pro*lep"tic*al, a. [Gr. ?: cf. F. proleptique.] 1. Of or pertaining to prolepsis; anticipative. ``A far-seeing or proleptic wisdom.' --De Quincey. 2. Previous; antecedent. --Glanvill. 3. (Med.) Anticipating the usual time; -- applied to a periodical disease whose paroxysms return at an earlier hour at every repetition.
Proleptically
Proleptically Pro*lep"tic*al*ly, adv. In a proleptical manner.
Proleptics
Proleptics Pro*lep"tics, n. (Med.) The art and science of predicting in medicine. --Laycock.
Sylleptic
Sylleptic Syl*lep"tic, Sylleptical Syl*lep"tic*al, a. [Gr. ? collective.] Of or pertaining to a syllepsis; containing syllepsis. -- Syl*lep"tic*al*ly, adv.
Sylleptical
Sylleptic Syl*lep"tic, Sylleptical Syl*lep"tic*al, a. [Gr. ? collective.] Of or pertaining to a syllepsis; containing syllepsis. -- Syl*lep"tic*al*ly, adv.
Sylleptically
Sylleptic Syl*lep"tic, Sylleptical Syl*lep"tic*al, a. [Gr. ? collective.] Of or pertaining to a syllepsis; containing syllepsis. -- Syl*lep"tic*al*ly, adv.

Meaning of Leptic from wikipedia

- The soil of this region is a non-leptic podzol [1]. If the character of Banba originated in an earth-goddess, non-leptic podzol may have been the particular...
- (Skeletic Cambisol, Leptic Cambisol, Skeletic Regosol) (4) Inclusions Shallow, dark loamy soils with a good natural fertility (Rendzic and Leptic Phaeozem (6)...
- (Skeletic Cambisol, Leptic Cambisol, Skeletic Regosol) Inclusions Shallow, dark loamy soils with a good natural fertility (Rendzic and Leptic Phaeozem shallow...
- Inclusions shallow, very stony, silt loamy to loamy soils (Skeletic Cambisol, Leptic Cambisol, Skeletic Regosol) clays of floodplains with very high watertable...
- waterlogged during the wet season (Vertisol) shallow, very stony, loamy soils (Leptic and Skeletic Cambisol and Regosol) moderately deep, brown, loamy soils with...
- ****ociated soil types shallow soils with high stone contents (Skeletic Cambisol, Leptic Cambisol, Skeletic Regosol) moderately deep dark stony clays with good natural...
- Arenic Rudosols, Lutic Rudosols, Stratic Rudosols, Clastic Rudosols and Leptic Rudosols at the suborder level. Soil cl****ification "Australian Soil Cl****ification...
- observed in the field. ****ociated soil types shallow, very stony, loamy soils (Leptic and Skeletic Cambisol and Regosol) (4) deep, very dark [[clays with strong...
- types shallow, very stony, silt loamy to loamy soils (Skeletic Cambisol, Leptic Cambisol, Skeletic Regosol) (4) moderately deep dark stony clays with good...
- soils" (Polish: Gleby inicjalne rumoszowe; WRB: Haplic Leptosol (Dystric), Leptic Regosol (Dystric), Haplic Leptosol (Calcaric); ST: Lithic Udorthents, Typic...
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