Definition -
(1) That which is rich in vowels.
(2) Of or pertaining to vowels.

Example -
The phrase "ooga-nooga-nooshka" is vocalic.

Etymology -
The word derives from the Latin noun vocalis, a vowel (from vox, voice).

Oxford English Dictionary -
It first citation for its primordial English sense is from 1814:
"The Gaelic language being uncommonly vocalic is well adapted for sudden and extemporaneous poetry."
(Scott Wav. xxii,)

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