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villatic

[ vi-lat-ik ]
/ vɪˈlæt ɪk /
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adjective
of or relating to the country or to a farm; rural.
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Origin of villatic

From the Latin word villāticus, dating back to 1665–75. See villa, -ate1, -ic
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British Dictionary definitions for villatic

villatic
/ (vɪˈlætɪk) /

adjective
literary of or relating to a villa, village, or farm; rustic; rural

Word Origin for villatic

C17: from Latin vīllatīcus, from villa a farm
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