incultivate

adjective in·cul·ti·vate \(ˈ)in¦kəltəˌvāt\
variants: less commonly

incultivated

\-ātə̇d\

Definition of incultivate

archaic

  1. :  uncultivated

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Origin and Etymology of incultivate

incultivate, from 1in- + Medieval Latin cultivatus, past participle of cultivare to cultivate; incultivated, from 1in- + cultivated — more at cultivate


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