Etymology
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viscid (adj.)

"sticky," 1630s, from French viscide or directly from Late Latin viscidus "sticky, clammy," from Latin viscum "mistletoe, birdlime" (see viscous). Related: Viscidity (1610s); viscidly.

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Definitions of viscid

viscid (adj.)
having the sticky properties of an adhesive;
From wordnet.princeton.edu