botanic vs botanical what difference

what is difference between botanic and botanical

English

Alternative forms

  • botanick (obsolete)

Etymology

From the Medieval Latin botanicus — perhaps via the French botanique — from the Ancient Greek βοτανικός (botanikós), from βοτάνη (botánē, herb, pasture).

Adjective

botanic (not comparable)

  1. Of or pertaining to botany.
    Synonym: botanical

Derived terms

  • botanic garden

Translations

Noun

botanic (plural botanics)

  1. Any substance of botanical origin.
    the use of botanics in cosmetic products

Anagrams

  • batonic

Occitan

Pronunciation

Adjective

botanic m (feminine singular botanica, masculine plural botanics, feminine plural botanicas)

  1. botanical

Related terms

  • botanica

Romanian

Etymology

From French botanique.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /boˈta.nik/

Adjective

botanic m or n (feminine singular botanică, masculine plural botanici, feminine and neuter plural botanice)

  1. botanical, botanic

Declension



English

Etymology

botany +‎ -ical

Pronunciation

Adjective

botanical (not comparable)

  1. Of or pertaining to botany; relating to the study of plants.
    a botanical system
    a botanical textbook

Derived terms

  • botanically

Translations

Noun

botanical (plural botanicals)

  1. Something derived from a botanical, especially herbal, source

Anagrams

  • catabolin, cobaltian

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