Origin of sylvatic
Latin silvaticus of the woods, wild — more at savage
First Known Use: 1661
Rhymes with sylvatic
agnatic, aquatic, asthmatic, Carnatic, chromatic, climatic, comatic, dalmatic, dogmatic, dramatic, ecstatic, emphatic, erratic, eustatic, fanatic, hepatic, judgmatic, komatik, lymphatic, magmatic, neumatic, phlegmatic, plasmatic, pneumatic, pragmatic, prismatic, protatic, quadratic, rheumatic, schematic, schismatic, sciatic, Socratic, somatic, spermatic, stigmatic, thematic, traumatic, villatic
Medical Definition of sylvatic
: occurring in, affecting, or transmitted by wild animals <sylvatic diseases> <sylvatic yellow fever>
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