2. Adjective. (astronomy) Of or pertaining to the coma of a comet. ¹
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Definition of Comatic
1. having blurred vision as a result of coma [adj]
Lexicographical Neighbors of Comatic
Literary usage of Comatic
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Principles and Methods of Geometrical Optics: Especially as Applied to by James Powell Cocke Southall (1910)
"FORMULA FOR THE comatic ABERRATION-LINES 309. Invariant-Method of Abbe. ... comatic ABERRATIONS S' T AND SW OF AN INFINITELY NARROW PENCIL OF MERIDIAN ..."
2. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences by California Academy of Sciences (1919)
"In the same way the comatic and astigmatic image can be located. ... The reasons for designating these two extreme images "comatic" and "astigmatic" is ..."
3. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences, 4th Series by California academy of sciences (1919)
"The reasons for designating these two extreme images "comatic" and "astigmatic" is given in "Science", vol. XLVIII, pp. 459-460. The distorted shape of the ..."
4. The English Illustrated Magazine (1898)
"No pleasure, no change, no feeling the pulse of life ; but a dismal comatic lingering until Death should claim her for his own. ..."
5. The Merv Oasis: Travels and Adventures East of the Caspian During the Years by Edmund O'Donovan (1883)
"At first the effect was maddening, but I afterwards fell into a kind of comatic stupor, and began to feel under mesmeric influences. ..."
6. The Canada Law Journalby William S. Hein & Company by William S. Hein & Company (1873)
"Our legal reader who has now enjoyed four weeks of his summer vacation, and may therefore be supposed to be gradually recovering from the comatic state of ..."
7. A History of the Mahrattas by James Grant Duff (1921)
"... separated from him, returned into the comatic, and plundered in the Company's lately acquired districts; taking advantage also of the absence of ..."