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ar·cha·ic(är-kā′ĭk) also ar·cha·i·cal (-ĭ-kəl)
1. also Archaic Relating to, being, or characteristic of a much earlier, often more primitive period, especially one thatdevelops into a classical stage of civilization: an archaic bronze statuette; Archaic Greece.
2. No longer current or applicable; antiquated: archaic laws. See Synonyms at old.
3. Relating to, being, or characteristic of words and language that were once in regular use but are now relatively rareand suggestive of an earlier style or period.
a. Relating to or being an early or premodern evolutionary form of an organism or group of organisms: archaicvertebrates.
b. Relating to or being an early form of Homo sapiens or a closely related species, such as Neanderthal, that isanatomically distinct from modern humans.
5. Archaic Relating to a Native American culture prevalent throughout much of North America from about 8000 bc toabout 1000 bc, characterized especially by the development of Mesolithic tools and by the increased reliance onsmaller game animals as the large Pleistocene mammals became extinct.
A member of an archaic population of Hom