Definition of Autoptic

1. a. Seen with one's own eyes; belonging to, or connected with, personal observation; as, autoptic testimony or experience.



Definition of Autoptic

1. relating to an autopsy [adj]

Medical Definition of Autoptic

1. Seen with one's own eyes; belonging to, or connected with, personal observation; as, autoptic testimony or experience. Origin: Gr., cf. F. Autoptique. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Autoptic

autopositioning
autoprocessing
autoprotective
autoprotolysis
autopsia
autopsias
autopsic
autopsical
autopsied
autopsies
autopsist
autopsists
autopsorin
autopsy
autopsying
autoptic (current term)
autoptical
autoptically
autoradiogram
autoradiograms
autoradiograph
autoradiographed
autoradiographic
autoradiographs
autoradiography
autoradiolyses
autoradiolysis
autoreact
autoreactive
autoreactivities

Literary usage of Autoptic

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1. A Treatise on the System of Evidence in Trials at Common Law: Including the by John Henry Wigmore (1915)
"Real Evidence (autoptic Preference) ; General Principle. [Text, p. 1347, at the end ; add a new note 1 ..."

2. Select Cases on the Law of Evidence by John Henry Wigmore (1913)
"autoptic Preference. This occurs when the tribunal observes the thing with its ... As a term correct in etymology and analogous usage, autoptic (autopsy) ..."

3. A Treatise on the Law of Evidence by Simon Greenleaf (1899)
"... or, describing it from the standpoint of the party attempting proof, autoptic ... in history and in principle, with the process of autoptic preference. ..."

4. The Principles of Judicial Proof: As Given by Logic, Psychology, and General by John Henry Wigmore (1913)
"4. Distinction between Circumstantial and Testimonial Evidence. Aside from autoptic Preference, then, all evidence must involve an inference from some Fact ..."

5. The Journal of Sacred Literature by John Kitto, Henry Burgess, Benjamin Harris Cowper (1862)
"The latter had actually passed through the Wady Feiran, and ascended the Jebal Serbal; and the principal result of this autoptic examination, ..."

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