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    archaic - Dictionary definition and meaning for word archaic

    Definition
    (adj) so extremely old as seeming to belong to an earlier period
    Synonyms : antediluvian , antiquated
    Example Sentence
    • a ramshackle antediluvian tenement
    • antediluvian ideas
    • archaic laws
    Definition
    (adj) little evolved from or characteristic of an earlier ancestral type
    Synonyms : primitive
    Example Sentence
    • archaic forms of life
    • primitive mammals
    • the okapi is a short-necked primitive cousin of the giraffe
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for archaic

Archealogy - study of old things.. Archaic - The old things on which we study..

The word resembles like archies ...the old archies card are kept with us.

Remember with Archive. As we keep very old thing in archive- Archaic is related something very old.

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Archaic: ARCH comes from the word archaelogy so something related with primitive times;outdated

archaic : archeological+ick, first word-old second word-express disgust,so outdated..totally it is old and outdated.

sounds like a cake which is no longer used

ar(irani)+chai(tea in hindi)~ Irani chai is the no longer in use

ardor sounds like harder...so FUCK harder..means with passion..

Root word :ARCH-meaning old.AIC:remeber CIA american force, so AIC is no longer used..its CIA

ARCHAIC<===> अप्रचलित (pr. \\aprachalit \\ )[Noun]

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