Origin of idiotic
Examples from the Web for idiotically
Idiotically, he recalled being summoned before a traffic court, years back.Astounding Stories, March, 1931|Various
British Dictionary definitions for idiotically
Word Origin and History for idiotically
1713, from Late Latin idioticus "uneducated, ignorant," in classical Latin, "of an ordinary person," from Greek idiotikos "unprofessional, unskilled; not done by rules of art, unprofessional," from idiotes (see idiot). Idiotical is from 1640s. Related: Idiotically.