MEANING: adjective: Relating to or living in still water.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin lentus (slow, calm), which also gave us relent, lentamente (slowly, used in music direction), and lentitude (slowness). Earliest documented use: 1935. The form lenitic is also used. The word for “relating to or living in moving water” is lotic.

LENTICE - what you suck on for the forty days before Easter, to ease the yen for what you've forsworn for the duration

LINTIC - like belly-button fuzz

LANTIC - flavored with urine, as beer sometimes is (YCLIU!)