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Part of speech: adjective

Origin: Greek, early 16th century


Rustic; pastoral.

Examples of Georgic in a sentence

"He loved visiting rural Maine for its georgic atmosphere."

"The farm had a georgic feeling, complete with a horse and buggy."

About Georgic

Georgic comes from the Greek word "geōrgos," which means "farmer." Since farmers often live in rural areas, it makes sense that this word eventually evolved into a descriptor of rustic areas.

Did you Know?

If you're looking for beautiful georgic views, try visiting a rural area. Areas are denoted as rural based on a low population density, but fewer people often means more untouched displays of natural beauty.

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