MEANING: adjective: Relating to or living in the open ocean, far from land.

ETYMOLOGY: Latin pelagicus (of the sea), from Greek pelagos (sea). Ultimately from the Indo-European root plak- (to be flat) which also gave us archipelago, flake, flaw, placate, plead, please, and plank. Earliest documented use: 1656.

PELATIC - like an eastern exercise program

P.E. MAGIC - mystical results resulting from a Physical Education program

OPELAGIC - like a German car