[ahyd-l] /ˈaɪd l/
a poem or prose composition, usually describing pastoral scenes or events or any charmingly simple episode, appealing incident, or the like.
a simple descriptive or narrative piece in verse or prose.
material suitable for such a work.
an episode or scene of charm.
a brief or inconsequential romantic affair.
Music. a composition, usually instrumental, of a pastoral or sentimental character.
a poem or prose work describing an idealized rural life, pastoral scenes, etc
any simple narrative or descriptive piece in poetry or prose
a charming or picturesque scene or event
a piece of music with a calm or pastoral character
also idyl, c.1600, “picturesque pastoral poem,” from Latin idyllium, from Greek eidyllion “short, descriptive poem, usually of rustic or pastoral type,” literally “a little picture,” diminutive of eidos “form” (see -oid).
[ahy-dil-ik] /aɪˈdɪl ɪk/ adjective 1. suitable for or suggestive of an ; charmingly simple or rustic: his idyllic life in Tahiti. 2. of, relating to, or characteristic of an . /ɪˈdɪlɪk; aɪ-/ adjective 1. of or relating to an idyll 2. charming; picturesque adj. “full of natural, simple charm,” 1831, literally “suitable for an idyll” […]
[ahyd-l-ist] /ˈaɪd l ɪst/ noun 1. a writer of . /ˈɪdɪlɪst/ noun 1. a writer of idylls
noun 1. a series of poems by Tennyson, based on Arthurian legend.
1. . 1. variant of 2 . 1. . 2. Industrial Engineer. 1. that is. 1. a noun-forming suffix with a variety of functions in contemporary English, added to monosyllabic bases to create words that are almost always informal. Its earliest use, probably still productive, was to form endearing or familiar names or common nouns […]