Arctic definitions

ärk'tĭk, är'tĭk
Arctic is defined as a way to describe something very cold, like freezing icy temperatures or a person’s disinterested or chilly attitude.

A person who ignores another person is an example of being in an Arctic mood.

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An Arctic means a waterproof shoe that is worn over a regular shoe.

Putting on a pair of galoshes over tennis shoes is an example of wearing Arctics.

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The definition of Arctic is a name for anything associated with the North Pole region.

An example is the Arctic Ocean near the North Pole.

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Extremely cold; frigid.
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A warm waterproof overshoe.
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A region between the North Pole and the northern timberlines of North America and Eurasia.
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Of, characteristic of, or near the North Pole or the region around it.
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Very cold; frigid.
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Being extremely cold, snowy, or having other properties of extreme winter associated with the Arctic.

The food was kept very fresh by the arctic temperature setting of the freezer.

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(US) A warm waterproof overshoe.
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A region of the Earth above the Arctic Circle, containing the North Pole.
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Of or pertaining to the Arctic.
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Origin of arctic

Alteration (influenced by Latin arcticus) of Middle English artik northern from Medieval Latin articus from Latin arcticus from Greek arktikos from arktos bear, the northern constellation Ursa Major r̥tko- in Indo-European roots