His rhymes are often dissonant; in his georgic he admits broken lines.
But there came an evening when we finished the Fourth georgic together.
His fame will doubtless depend on the rustic georgic poem, Memoria sobre el cultivo del maz en Antioquia.
For the tribute to Gallus in the original draft of georgic iv.
It was a sort of georgic, giving complete instructions how apples are to be grown and cider to be made.
What remained to be said or sung about bees after the Fourth georgic?
Dryden gives a beautiful description of this spot in a note on the beginning of the Second georgic, Vol.
Virgil in the third georgic speaks of a murrain among cattle.
Johnson calls it a georgic after the manner of Virgil, nor does it suffer from the comparison.
You will see by it how much his vile hint from the georgic; and his rude one of my whining vocatives, have set me up.
1510s, Georgics, title of Virgil's poems on rural life, from Latin georgica, from georgicus (adj.), from Greek georgikos "of a husbandman, agricultural," from ge "earth" + ergon "work" (see urge (v.)). As an adjective meaning "related to agriculture" from 1711.