One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Fond of or devoted to the arts, especially the technical arts or crafts; fond of technology.
Early 19th century; earliest use found in untitled. From French philotechnique from ancient Greek ϕιλοτεχνία love of art, craftsmanship (from ϕιλότεχνος fond of art (from ϕιλο- + τέχνη art: see techno-) + -ία) + French -ique. Compare French philotechnie, and also † philotechne artist, lover of arts.
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