romantically etymology

English word romantically comes from English -ally (Forms adverbs; usually of adjectives ending in -ic.), English romantic

Detailed word origin of romantically

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-ally English (eng) Forms adverbs; usually of adjectives ending in -ic.
romantic English (eng) (chiefly, _, historical) Of a work of literature, a writer etc.: being like or having the characteristics of a romance, or poetic tale of a mythic or quasi-historical time; fantastic. [from 17th c.]. (obsolete) Fictitious, imaginary. [17th-20th c.]. Fantastic, unrealistic (of an idea etc.); fanciful, sentimental, impractical (of a person). [from 17th c.]. Having the qualities of romance (in [...]
romantically English (eng) In a romantic way.

Words with the same origin as romantically

Descendants of -ally
automatically basically democratically dramatically drastically electrically electronically emphatically enthusiastically erratically frantically heroically ironically magically organically physically realistically sarcastically scientifically specifically strategically systematically telepathically tragically
Descendants of romantic
Romanticism aro rom com romedy womantic