Origin of venaticClassical Latin venaticus, of hunting ; from venatus, hunting ; from venari, to hunt: see venison
- Of or relating to hunting.
- Engaging in hunting for sport or livelihood.
Origin of venaticLatin v&emacron;naticus, from v&emacron;natus, past participle of v&emacron;nar&imacron;, to hunt; see wen-1 in Indo-European roots.
(comparative more venatic, superlative most venatic)
- Of, pertaining to or involved in hunting.
From Latin vÄ“nÄticus (“of or pertaining to hunting"), from vÄ“nÄtus (“hunting, the chase"), from vÄ“nor (“hunt, chase").