The Collaborative International Dictionary
Isiac \I"si*ac\, a. [L. Isiacus, Gr. ?, fr. ?.] Pertaining to the goddess Isis; as, Isiac mysteries.
Usage examples of "isiac".
In the Isiac Mysteries a basilisc twined round the handle of the mystic vase.
The Isiac tablet, describing the Mysteries of Isis, is charged with serpents in every part, as her emblems.
The sacred vessel of the Isiac ceremony finds its counterpart in the Heavens.
Deity, in Isiac Mysteries was carried an effigy of the Supreme, 412-l.