Medic meaning

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Any of various Eurasian and African plants of the genus Medicago of the pea family, having clusters of small, usually yellow flowers and compound leaves with three leaflets. Several species are grown for fodder and green manure.
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A physician or surgeon.
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A physician or surgeon.
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Any of a genus (Medicago) of plants, as alfalfa, of the pea family.
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A medical student or intern.
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A medical student or intern.
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A medical noncommissioned officer who gives first aid in combat; aidman; corpsman.
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A member of a military medical corps.
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A physician or surgeon.
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A medical student or intern.
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Alternative spelling of medick (“herb of the genus Medicago").
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Of or pertaining to medicines; medical.
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A paramedic, someone with special training in first aid, especially in the military.
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The Median language.
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A member of a military medical corps.
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Origin of medic

From Latin medicus (“of or belonging to healing, curative, medical; as a noun, medicus, masculine, a physician, doctor, surgeon"), Late Latin medica (“feminine, a female physician, midwife"), from mederi (“to heal").