a short, usually pastoral, poem, often in the form of a dialogue between two shepherds
Origin of eclogueMiddle English eclog ; from Classical Latin ecloga, a short poem (esp. one of the Eclogae, bucolic poems of Virgil) ; from Classical Greek eklog?, selection, especially of poems ; from eklegein: see eclectic
A pastoral poem, usually in the form of a dialogue between shepherds.
Origin of eclogueMiddle English eclog, from Latin ecloga, from Greek eklog&emacron;, selection, from eklegein, to select; see eclectic.