macrohistoric etymology

English word macrohistoric comes from English historic, English macro- (Inclusive. Large. Long.)

Detailed word origin of macrohistoric

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
historic English (eng) (grammar) Various grammatical tenses and moods specially used in retelling past events.. (now uncommon) : of, concerning, or in accordance with recorded history or the past generally (See usage notes.). Old-fashioned, untouched by modernity.. Very important, very noteworthy: having importance or significance in history. (obsolete) A historian.. (obsolete) A history, a non-fiction account of [...]
macro- English (eng) Inclusive. Large. Long.
macrohistoric English (eng) Of or pertaining to macrohistory.

Words with the same origin as macrohistoric

Descendants of macro-
macro macroaggregated macrobiome macroblast macroconstituent macrocup macrodissected macrodynamic macroecological macrofamily macrofungal macrofungus macroindentation macroinstruction macronova macrophallus macrophenomenal macropinosome macroplastic macroprocess macropyramid macroregulation macrosmatic macroworld