MEANING: adjective:
1. Not limited to an inner circle of select people.
2. Suitable for the general public.
3. Relating to the outside; external.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin exotericus, from Greek exoterikos (external), from exotero, comparative form of exo (outside). Earliest documented use: 1656.

EXTERIC - superfluous on the outside

HEXOTERIC - intended for exactly six people

EX-OSTERIC - formerly like an old blender