With centric and eccentric scribbled o'er, / Cycle and epicycle, orb in orb.
Cen′tricalness, Centric′ity; Cen′trum, the body of a vertebra.
A reg'lar 'centric—but a reg'lar brick, cutting a wide swathe as he goes.
He was kind to the poor, walked much, talked to himself as he walked, and was known by the humble sort as "a'centric."
-centric from Gk. kentrikos "pertaining to a center," from kentron (see center).