6-letter words that end in cs

  • antics — Antics are funny, silly, or unusual ways of behaving.
  • attics — Plural form of attic.
  • aztecs — a member of a Nahuatl-speaking state in central Mexico that was conquered by Cortés in 1521.
  • basics — The basics of something are its simplest, most important elements, ideas, or principles, in contrast to more complicated or detailed ones.
  • binocs — binoculars
  • civics — Civics is the study of the rights and duties of the citizens of a society.
  • codecs — Plural form of codec.
  • colics — Plural form of colic.
  • comics — Plural form of comic.
  • conics — the branch of geometry concerned with the parabola, ellipse, and hyperbola
  • cubics — Plural form of cubic.
  • cusecs — Plural form of cusec.
  • cynics — Plural form of cynic.
  • ethics — computer ethics
  • francs — Plural form of franc.
  • gloucs — Gloucestershire
  • havocs — Third-person singular simple present indicative form of havoc.
  • ionics — the study of the behaviour of ions
  • isaacs — a son of Abraham and Sarah, and father of Jacob. Gen. 21:1–4.
  • lilacs — Plural form of lilac.
  • linacs — Plural form of linac.
  • logics — Plural form of logic.
  • lukacsGeorge, 1885–1971, Hungarian literary critic.
  • lyrics — The words to a song (or other vocal music).
  • magics — Third-person singular simple present indicative form of magic.
  • medics — Plural form of medic.
  • metics — Plural form of metic.
  • mimics — Plural form of mimic.
  • mohacs — a city in S Hungary, on the Danube River: site of battles with Turkish forces, 1526 and 1687.
  • musics — an art of sound in time that expresses ideas and emotions in significant forms through the elements of rhythm, melody, harmony, and color.
  • optics — the eye.
  • osmics — the science dealing with the sense of smell.
  • relics — a surviving memorial of something past.
  • repics — the scoring of 30 points in the declaration of hands before one's opponent scores a point.
  • smolcs — Specification metalanguage used for a formal definition of Ada. "An Introduction to the SMoLCS Methodology", E. Astesiano, U Genova 1986.
  • sonics — the branch of science that deals with the practical applications of sound.
  • xebecs — Plural form of xebec.
  • xemacs — (text, tool)   (Originally "Lucid Emacs") A text editor for the X Window System, based on GNU Emacs version 19, produced by a collaboration of Lucid, Inc., SunPro (a division of Sun Microsystems, Inc.), and the University of Illinois. Lucid chose to build part of Energize, their C/C++ development environment on top of GNU Emacs. Though their product is commercial, the work on GNU Emacs is free software, and is useful without having to purchase the product. They needed a version of Emacs with mouse-sensitive regions, multiple fonts, the ability to mark sections of a buffer as read-only, the ability to detect which parts of a buffer has been modified, and many other features. The existing version of Epoch was not sufficient; it did not allow arbitrary pixmaps and icons in buffers, "undo" did not restore changes to regions, regions did not overlap and merge their attributes. Lucid spent some time in 1990 working on Epoch but later decided that their efforts would be better spent improving Emacs 19 instead. Lucid did not have time to get their changes accepted by the FSF so they released Lucid Emacs as a forked branch of Emacs. Roughly a year after Lucid Emacs 19.0 was released, a beta version of the FSF branch of Emacs 19 was released. Lucid continued to develop and support Lucid Emacs, merging in bug fixes and new features from the FSF branch as appropriate. A compatibility package was planned to allow Epoch 4 code to run in Lemacs with little or no change. (As of 19.8, Lucid Emacs ran a descendant of the Epoch redisplay engine.)

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