Definition of platic in English:

platic

adjective

Astrology
  • Of an aspect: not exact or within a degree, but within half the sum of the orbs of the (usually two) planets involved. Opposed to partile.

Origin

Mid 17th century; earliest use found in Ben Jonson (?1573–1637), poet and playwright. From post-classical Latin platicus broad, general from Hellenistic Greek πλατικός (in Byzantine Greek also πλατυκός) broad, general from ancient Greek πλατύς broad + -ικός.

Pronunciation

platic

/ˈplatɪk/