- of or relating to the Belgae.
Origin of Belgic
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Examples from the Web for belgic
The Helvetic body does the same; and so does the Belgic confederacy.
They were resisted by most of the Gauls but welcomed by the Menapians of the Belgic coast.The Spell of Belgium
The steamer "Belgic" was stranded that night forty-three miles from Yokohama.My Trip Around the World
The marriage was solemnized in July 1608, and celebrated by many a Belgic bard.The Life of Hugo Grotius
Belgic, bel′jik, adj. pertaining to the Belg who anciently possessed Belgium, or to Belgium.
Word Origin and History for belgic
1580s, from Latin Belgicus, from Belgae (see Belgium).
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