- a pastoral poem
Etymology: From bucolicusLatin, bÅcolicus < Ancient Greek (polytonic, ) (boukolikos) "rustic, pastoral; meter used by pastoral poets" < (polytonic, ) (boukolos) "cowherd" < (polytonic, á) (bous) "cow" + (polytonic, -) (-colos) "keeper, tender" + (polytonic, -) (-icos) "-ic".
- rustic, pastoral, country-styled
- Pertaining to herdsman, herdsmen or peasants.
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