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Of or relating to philology; = "philological".
Mid 17th century; earliest use found in Thomas Stanley (1625–1678), poet and classical scholar. From philology + -ic. Compare post-classical Latin philologicus literary, French philologique, Spanish filológico, Portuguese filológico, Italian filologico, and also German philologisch.
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