Definition of Primatic

1. pertaining to a primate [adj] - See also: primate



Primatic Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Primatic

primary teeth
primary tooth
primary transcript
primary valence
primary winding
primas
primase
primatal
primatals
primate
primates
primateship
primateships
primatial
primatials
primatic (current term)
primatical
primative
primatological
primatologies
primatologist
primatologists
primatology
primavera
primaveras
prime
prime(a)
prime-minister
prime-number
prime-time

Literary usage of Primatic

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Catholic Balance: Or, A Discourse Determining the Controversies Concerning by Samuel Hill (1687)
"c (r) Metropolis of . all the Jews of the World, and therefore the primatic ... 'ijF cln-ef management) the three great primatic ..."

2. Lombard Towns in Italy; Or, The Cities of Ancient Lombardy by Egerton Ryerson Williams (1914)
"... was prevailed upon to give the Te a little of his time; its grotesques are in his happiest manner, most gaily tinted, and worthily set off by primatic- ..."

3. Lombard Towns in Italy; Or, The Cities of Ancient Lombardy by Egerton Ryerson Williams (1914)
"... was prevailed upon to give the Te a little of his time; its grotesques are in his happiest manner, most gaily tinted, and worthily set off by primatic- ..."

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