noun geor·gic \ˈjr-jik\

Definition of GEORGIC

:  a poem dealing with agriculture

Origin of GEORGIC

the Georgics, poem by Virgil, from Latin georgicus
First Known Use: 1513



Definition of GEORGIC

Origin of GEORGIC

Latin georgicus, from Greek geōrgikos, from geōrgos farmer, from geō- ge- + ergon work — more at work
First Known Use: circa 1720


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