Folio vs Folic - What's the difference?
As a noun folio
is a leaf of a book or manuscript.
As a verb folio
is to put a serial number on each folio or page of (a book); to page.
As an adjective folic is
of or relating to foliage; pteroylglutamic, as in folic acid.
A leaf of a book or manuscript.
(paper) A sheet of paper once folded.
(books) A book made of sheets of paper each folded once (two leaves or four pages to the sheet); hence, a book of the largest kind, exceeding 30 cm in height.
(printing) The page number. The even folios are on the left-hand pages and the odd folios on the right-hand.
A page of a book.
(accounting) a page in an account book; sometimes, two opposite pages bearing the same serial number.
A leaf containing a certain number of words, hence, a certain number of words in a writing, as in England, in law proceedings 72, and in chancery, 90; in New York, 100 words.
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* folio post
* elephant folio
* atlas folio
* double elephant folio
To put a serial number on each folio or page of (a book); to page.
Of or relating to foliage; pteroylglutamic, as in folic acid.
The adjective is restricted to the noun "acid" as an alternative name for pteroylglutamic acid. All other uses are very rare (and incorrect according to the OED).