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vatic

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adjective vat·ic \ˈva-tik\

Definition of vatic



Origin of vatic

Latin vates seer, prophet; akin to Old English wōth poetry, Old High German wuot madness, Old Irish fáith seer, poet


First Known Use: 1603

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