venatic

adjective ve·nat·ic \və̇ˈnatik, vēˈ-\
variants: less commonly

venatical

\-tə̇kəl\

Definition of venatic

  1. 1 :  of, relating to, or used in hunting venatic sport venatic equipment

  2. 2 :  fond of or living by hunting the venatic tribes of ancient Europe

venatically

\-k(ə)lē\ adverb

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Origin and Etymology of venatic

venatic from Latin venaticus, from venatus (past participle of venari to hunt) + -icus -ic; venatical from Latin venaticus + English -al — more at venison


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