Sematic meaning

sĭ-mătĭk
Serving as a warning or signal of danger.
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(zool.) Serving as a sign of danger, as the coloration of some poisonous snakes.
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(biology, of the colouring of some insects etc) Acting as a sign of danger.
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Origin of sematic

  • From Greek sēma sēmat- sign

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition