identic[ī den′tik, i-]
identic definition by Webster's New World
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identical; esp., having exactly the same wording, form, etc.: said of diplomatic messages or action by two or more governments
Origin: Midieval Latin identicus ; from Late Latin identitas: see identity
identic definition by American Heritage Dictionary
- Being or constituting a diplomatic action or diplomatic language in which two or more governments agree to use the same forms in their relations with other governments.
Origin: Medieval Latin identicus, identical; see identical.