[New Latin lectricus,deriving from amber, Latin lectrum, amber,a mixed metal Greek lektron.]
Akin to the beaming sun, cf. Skr. arc to beam, shine
relating to, producing, or operated by electricity: electric current; an electrical appliance.
electric effects; an electric spark.
Capable of occasioning the phenomena of electricity; an electrical substance.
Of or related to sound created or altered by an electrical or electronic device.
Amplified by an electronic device: an electric guitar.
Emotionally exciting; thrilling: gave an electric reading of the play.
Exceptionally tense; highly charged with emotion: an atmosphere electric with suspicion.
Electrifying; thrilling; magnetic. ``Electric Pindar.'' --Mrs. Browning.
An electrically powered machine or vehicle: The lawn mower is an electric.