Of, relating to, or located near the ear; auricular.(adjective)
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Use "otic" in a sentence
"Arnold of Heidelberg is the anatomist who discovered a little nervous centre, called the otic ganglion."
"His further research carried out in many institutes worldwide proved that Bulgarian yogurt helps in the treatment of various diseases and conditions like infections, otic-rhino-laryngeal diseases, tuberculosis, stomach and intestine conditions, ulcers, some gynecologic diseases, fatigue, etc."
"Notice that you don't see Obama responding to every id! otic thing that Hannity says."