Definition of rustical in English:

rustical

adjective

  • 1Of a thing: characteristic of the countryside or country life; of a type or style appropriate to the country; especially plain, simple; crude.

  • 2Of speech, writing, behaviour, etc.: characteristic or typical of country people; especially (depreciative) unrefined, vulgar.

  • 3Of a person: boorish; unsophisticated; = "rustic". Now rare.

noun

  • A person who lives in the countryside (typically implying ignorance or lack of sophistication); a yokel; = "rustic". Now archaic and rare.

Origin

Late 15th century (in an earlier sense). From post-classical Latin rusticalis rural, rustic, of or relating to a serf or villein from classical Latin rusticus + -ālis. Compare Middle French rustical.

Pronunciation

rustical

/ˈrʌstɪkl/