Part of speech:

Form of AD- before c and q.

Part of speech:

Having, pertaining to, affected by, as in demoniac, maniac.

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Usage examples "ac":

  1. 34, 'T. Livius, eloquentiae ac fidei praeclarus in primis, Cn. - "The Student's Companion to Latin Authors", George Middleton Thomas R. Mills.
  2. I, that was ragged, without a shoe to my foot,- without breeches,- never mind, I was, as the poet says, nudus nummis ac vestimentis,- 'I haven'tsixpence in my pack, I haven'tsmall clothes to my back. - "The Fortunes Of Glencore", Charles James Lever.
  3. Spongilla, Potts, P. Ac. - "Freshwater Sponges, Hydroids & Polyzoa", Nelson Annandale.