Definition of primo-primitive in US English:

primo-primitive

adjective

rare
  • Of or relating to the earliest of those who are primitive; characterized by extreme primitiveness.

Origin

Late 17th century; earliest use found in Vincent Alsop (bap. 1630, d. 1703), clergyman and ejected minister. From classical Latin prīmō (adverb) first + primitive, probably after post-classical Latin primo-primitivus.

Pronunciation

primo-primitive

/ˌprʌɪməʊˈprɪmɪtɪv/