villatic

vil·lat·ic

 (vĭ-lăt′ĭk)
adj.
Rustic; rural.

[Latin vīllāticus, of a farmstead; see village.]

villatic

(vɪˈlætɪk)
adj
literary of or relating to a villa, village, or farm; rustic; rural
[C17: from Latin vīllatīcus, from villa a farm]

vil•lat•ic

(vɪˈlæt ɪk)

adj.
rural; rustic.
[1665–75; < Latin villāticus]
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She quotes a passage near the end of Samson Agonistes that compares Samson to a serpent encroaching on a group of domestic farm birds: she is the "tame villatic Fowl" and Ash the "Dragon" (1695, 1692).