of or characteristic of a prophet; prophetic
Origin of vatic; from Classical Latin vates, prophet ; from Indo-European base an unverified form wāt-, to be mentally excited from source Old English wōd, mad, Middle Irish fāth, prophecy
Of or characteristic of a prophet; oracular.
Origin of vaticFrom Latin vātēs, seer, of Celtic origin; see wet-1 in Indo-European roots.
(comparative more vatic, superlative most vatic)
From Latin vates ‘seer, poet’.