rustic

RÚSTIC, -Ă, rustici, -ce, adj. De la ţară, ca la ţară, imitând anumite aspecte ale vieţii de ţară; câmpenesc. ♦ Cu suprafaţă brută, nefinisată. ♦ fig. Necioplit, grosolan, neşlefuit. – Din fr. rustique, lat. rusticus.
Trimis de ana_zecheru, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DEX '98

RÚSTIC adj. 1. patriarhal, ţărănesc, (livr.) campestru. (Viaţă rustic.) 2. rural, ţărănesc. (Obiceiuri rustic.) 3. v. câmpenesc.
Trimis de siveco, 13.09.2007. Sursa: Sinonime

rústic adj. m., pl. rústici; f. sg. rústică, pl. rústice
Trimis de siveco, 25.05.2005. Sursa: Dicţionar ortografic

RÚSTI//C rusticcă (rusticci, rusticce) 1) Care tine de viaţa de la ţară; propriu vieţii de la ţară; câmpenesc; bucolic; rural. Datini rusticce. 2) iron. Care vădeşte lipsă de educaţie şi delicateţe; lipsit de maniere alese; necioplit; grosolan. 3) fig. (despre mobilă, case etc.) Care este cu suprafaţa brută; nefinisat. /<lat. rusticus, fr. rustique
Trimis de siveco, 22.08.2004. Sursa: NODEX

RÚSTIC, -Ă, rústici, -ce, adj. rustic ♦ (Despre elemente de arhitectură şi ornamente) Cu suprafaţa brută, rustic ♦ (Adverbial) Dar ocnaşul, traducând rustic, în limba lui, întâmplarea asta, care-l supăra, a liniştit-o domol.
Trimis de tavi, 10.10.2006. Sursa: DLRLC

RÚSTIC, -Ă adj. (Liv.) De ţară, ca la ţară; câmpenesc; rustican. ♦ Simplu, necioplit, brut, grosolan. // s.f. Zidărie executată din blocuri masive de piatră a căror faţă exterioară este cioplită brut. [cf. fr. rustique, lat. rusticus].
Trimis de LauraGellner, 26.08.2005. Sursa: DN

RÚSTIC, -Ă I. adj. 1. de (la), ca la ţară; câmpenesc; rustican. 2. (fig.) simplu, necioplit, brut, grosolan. II. s. f. zidărie executată din blocuri masive de piatră, cu faţa exterioară cioplită brut. (< fr. rustique, fr. rusticus)
Trimis de raduborza, 15.09.2007. Sursa: MDN

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  • rustic — (adj.) mid 15c., from L. rusticus, from rus (gen. ruris) open land, country (see RURAL (Cf. rural)). Noun meaning a country person, peasant is from mid 16c …   Etymology dictionary

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