7-letter words that end in cs

  • -nomics — economics
  • agarics — Plural form of agaric.
  • agogics — Music. stress given to a note through prolonged duration.
  • alcaics — verse written in the Alcaic form
  • amtracs — Plural form of amtrac.
  • arcsecs — Plural form of arcsec.
  • arctics — high, warm, waterproof overshoes, usually with buckles
  • atomics — the scientific study of atoms
  • baltics — of, near, or on the Baltic Sea.
  • bionics — the study of certain biological functions, esp those relating to the brain, that are applicable to the development of electronic equipment, such as computer hardware, designed to operate in a similar manner
  • calpacs — Plural form of calpac.
  • celiacs — Plural form of celiac.
  • chemics — Plural form of chemic.
  • clerics — Plural form of cleric.
  • clinics — A place or hospital department where outpatients are given medical treatment or advice, esp. of a specialist nature.
  • critics — Plural form of critic.
  • ebonics — Black English.
  • emetics — Plural form of emetic.
  • ethnics — Plural form of ethnic.
  • exotics — Plural form of exotic.
  • fabrics — Plural form of fabric.
  • fennecs — Plural form of fennec.
  • frolics — Plural form of frolic.
  • fustics — Plural form of fustic.
  • garlics — (rare) Plural form of garlic.
  • gnumacs — /gnoo'maks/ [contraction of "GNU Emacs"] Often-heard abbreviated name for the GNU project's flagship tool, Emacs. Used especially in contrast with GOSMACS.
  • gosmacs — /goz'maks/ Gosling Emacs. The first Emacs implementation in C, predating but now largely eclipsed by GNU Emacs. Originally freeware; a commercial version is now modestly popular as UniPress Emacs. The author (James Gosling) went on to invent NeWS.
  • haptics — Usually, haptics. Digital Technology. a vibration or other tactile sensation received from a computer or electronic device: You can save power by adjusting the haptics and brightness of your phone. an input or output device that senses the body's movements by means of physical contact with the user: joysticks and other haptics.
  • heroics — Also, heroical. of, relating to, or characteristic of a hero or heroine.
  • iambics — Plural form of iambic.
  • ipecacs — Plural form of ipecac.
  • irenics — the branch of theology dealing with the promotion of peace and conciliation among Christian churches. Compare polemics (def 2).
  • italics — designating or pertaining to a style of printing types in which the letters usually slope to the right, patterned upon a compact manuscript hand, and used for emphasis, to separate different kinds of information, etc.: These words are in italic type.
  • maniacs — Plural form of maniac.
  • metrics — Mathematics. a nonnegative real-valued function having properties analogous to those of the distance between points on a real line, as the distance between two points being independent of the order of the points, the distance between two points being zero if, and only if, the two points coincide, and the distance between two points being less than or equal to the sum of the distances from each point to an arbitrary third point.
  • mosaics — Plural form of mosaic.
  • multics — (operating system)   /muhl'tiks/ MULTiplexed Information and Computing Service. A time-sharing operating system co-designed by a consortium including MIT, GE and Bell Laboratories as a successor to MIT's CTSS. The system design was presented in a special session of the 1965 Fall Joint Computer Conference and was planned to be operational in two years. It was finally made available in 1969, and took several more years to achieve respectable performance and stability. Multics was very innovative for its time - among other things, it was the first major OS to run on a symmetric multiprocessor; provided a hierarchical file system with access control on individual files; mapped files into a paged, segmented virtual memory; was written in a high-level language (PL/I); and provided dynamic inter-procedure linkage and memory (file) sharing as the default mode of operation. Multics was the only general-purpose system to be awarded a B2 security rating by the NSA. Bell Labs left the development effort in 1969. Honeywell commercialised Multics in 1972 after buying out GE's computer group, but it was never very successful: at its peak in the 1980s, there were between 75 and 100 Multics sites, each a multi-million dollar mainframe. One of the former Multics developers from Bell Labs was Ken Thompson, a circumstance which led directly to the birth of Unix. For this and other reasons, aspects of the Multics design remain a topic of occasional debate among hackers. See also brain-damaged and GCOS. MIT ended its development association with Multics in 1977. Honeywell sold its computer business to Bull in the mid 1980s, and development on Multics was stopped in 1988 when Bull scrapped a Boston proposal to port Multics to a platform derived from the DPS-6. A few Multics sites are still in use as late as 1996. The last Multics system running, the Canadian Department of National Defence Multics site in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, shut down on 2000-10-30 at 17:08 UTC. The Jargon file 3.0.0 claims that on some versions of Multics one was required to enter a password to log out but James J. Lippard <[email protected]>, who was a Multics developer in Phoenix, believes this to be an urban legend. He never heard of a version of Multics which required a password to logout. Tom Van Vleck <[email protected]> agrees. He suggests that some user may have implemented a 'terminal locking' program that required a password before one could type anything, including logout.
  • mystics — Plural form of mystic.
  • noetics — the science of the intellect or of pure thought; reasoning.
  • nostocs — Plural form of nostoc.
  • ovonics — a device whose operation is based on the Ovshinsky effect.
  • parmacs — The "Argonne macros" from Argonne National Laboratory. A package of macros written in m4 for portable parallel programming, using monitors on shared memory machines, and message passing on distributed memory machines.
  • phonics — a method of teaching reading and spelling based upon the phonetic interpretation of ordinary spelling.
  • photics — the science of light.
  • physics — a medicine that purges; cathartic; laxative.
  • poetics — poetics.
  • sferics — (used with a singular verb) electronic equipment for determining the position of storms by locating their accompanying atmospherics.
  • silvics — the scientific study of trees and their environment.
  • statics — Electricity. static or atmospheric electricity. interference due to such electricity.
  • tactics — tactics (def 1).

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