bucolic - Dictionary definition and meaning for word bucolic
bucolic sounds a bit like bullock which is used in the "country side"...
BUlls and COLI (collie, a sheep dog) Country -- rustic and pastoral places, people, and songs.
olic is the one to see. oleic acid is used to remove rust. or even if you can check oli, jumble it as oil,used as an antirust agent,which in the past was used as an oral agent.
You commonly find a block of salt in a cow pasture. This block of salt is a COWLICK. Picture a BULL licking the COWLICK
bullock+kick:it is usually seen in the countryside
bhookho likho = in some gaons u dont get much to eat and u have to study(likho) even when ure ravenous(bhookho)
BUCK+LICK....people who can lick anything for bucks are BUCOLIC and mostly found in COUNTRYSIDE.....
The villager (rural ans pastural) person who is BOOK-HOLICK (like alcoholic/workholic)can be easily inspired to good poetry.
bucolic like alcoholic for urban people and bucolic for RURAL people
You're more likely to get the Bubolic Plague if you live a bucolic lifestyle in the country.
Buccolic: coli (fishermen) at west side beaches, they are country person of india
bucolic = b for bank + uco + lic; uco bank was established in 1943 in kolkata, therefore it is oldest bank.
bucolic: bu:bull + co: cock + lic : lick - A bull licks a cock; it must be a farm. Hence the meaning is related to countryside.
bucolic = but+an alcoholic, so it is a peaceful environment like a pastoral setting where alcohols are banned