Etymology
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mesic (adj.)

1926, in ecology, "characterized by a moderate amount of moisture," from Greek mesos "middle" (from PIE root *medhyo- "middle") + -ic. From 1939 in physics, "of or pertaining to a meson" (see meson).

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Definitions of mesic

mesic (adj.)
of or pertaining to a meson; "the radii of the mesic orbits"- Lawrence Wilets;
Synonyms: mesonic
mesic (adj.)
having or characterized by moderate or a well-balanced supply of moisture;
mesic habitats
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