- IPA: /ˈætɪk/, [ˈæɾɪk]
attic (plural attics)
- The space, often unfinished and with sloped walls, directly below the roof in the uppermost part of a house or other building, generally used for storage or habitation.
- We went up to the attic to look for the boxes containing our childhood keepsakes.
- French: grenier, combles, mansarde
- German: Dachgeschoss, Dachboden, Estrich (Switzerland)
- Italian: soffitta, solaio
- Portuguese: sótão
- Russian: черда́к
- Spanish: ático, desván, zaquizamí, sobrado, covacha
- IPA: /ˈætɪk/
- Relating to Athenian culture or architecture.
- Marked by the qualities that were characteristic of the Athenians; classical; refined.
- Relating to that dialect of Ancient Greek.
- An ancient Greek dialect spoken in Attica, Euboea, and the northern coastal regions of the Aegean Sea.