/am nee"zhee ak', -zee-/, n.
1. a person affected by amnesia.
2. Also, amnesic /am nee"sik, -zik/. displaying the symptoms of amnesia.
[1910-15; AMNESI(A) + -AC, after such pairs as MANIA, MANIAC]

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