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eclogue pastoral dialogue (esp. of Theocritus and Virgil). XV. — L. ecloga short poem — Gr. eklogḗ selection, esp. of poems, f. eklégein (see ECLECTIC).

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eclogue

eclogue. Short pastoral poem (sometimes used as title of a piece of mus.).

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eclogue

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