MEANING: noun: 1. A medicine, especially one that acts as a laxative.
2. A doctor.
3. Medical science or the medical profession.
verb tr.: 1. To act upon as a laxative.
2. To treat with, or as if with, a medicine.
3. To cure or heal.

ETYMOLOGY:From Old French fisique (medical science or natural science), from Latin physica (natural science), from Greek physike (science of nature), from physis (nature). Earliest documented use: noun 1325, verb 1400.

PAYSIC - (French) favorably inclined to the countryside

PHASIC - pertaining to a Federation weapon

PHYLIC - well-disposed to, in favor of