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Oxford dictionary definition of the word rustic:
1of or relating to the countryside; rural.
having a simplicity and charm that is considered typical of the countryside:
a party of Morris dancers decked out in rustic costume
lacking the sophistication of the city; backward and provincial:
you are a rustic halfwit
2made in a plain and simple fashion, in particular:
made of untrimmed branches or rough timber:
a rustic oak bench
(of masonry) having a rough-hewn or roughened surface or deeply sunk joints:
a rustic bridge
denoting freely formed lettering, especially a relatively informal style of handwritten Roman capital letter:
rustic capitals were much easier to form
1often derogatory an unsophisticated country person:
they paused to watch the rustics dance and carouse
2a small brownish European moth.
Several genera and species in the family Noctuidae
late Middle English (in the sense ‘rural’): from Latin rusticus, from rus ‘the country’