8 letter words ending in al

Abbatial (a.) Belonging to an abbey; as, abbatial rights.

Abnormal (a.) Not conformed to rule or system; deviating from the type; anomalous; irregular.

Achenial (a.) Pertaining to an achene.

Aconital (a.) Of the nature of aconite.

Acranial (a.) Wanting a skull.

Acromial (a.) Of or pertaining to the acromion.

Adamical (a.) Of or pertaining to Adam, or resembling him.

Aestival (a.) Of or belonging to the summer; as, aestival diseases.

Agential (a.) Of or pertaining to an agent or an agency.

Aglossal (a.) Without tongue; tongueless.

Alinasal (a.) Pertaining to expansions of the nasal bone or cartilage.

Allodial (a.) Pertaining to allodium; freehold; free of rent or service; held independent of a lord paramount; -- opposed to feudal; as, allodial lands; allodial system.

Allodial (a.) Anything held allodially.

Alluvial (a.) Pertaining to, contained in, or composed of, alluvium; relating to the deposits made by flowing water; washed away from one place and deposited in another; as, alluvial soil, mud, accumulations, deposits.

Altrical (a.) Like the articles.

Amphoral (a.) Pertaining to, or resembling, an amphora.

Analogal (a.) Analogous.

Anarchal (a.) Lawless; anarchical.

Anconeal (a.) Of or pertaining to the ancon or elbow.

Anomural (a.) Alt. of Anomuran

Antennal (a.) Belonging to the antennae.

Aphakial (a.) Pertaining to aphakia; as, aphakial eyes.

Apprizal (n.) See Appraisal.

Approval (n.) Approbation; sanction.

Aquarial (a.) Alt. of Aquarian

Arabical (a.) Relating to Arabia; Arabic.

Arbitral (a.) Of or relating to an arbiter or an arbitration.

Arboreal (a.) Of or pertaining to a tree, or to trees; of nature of trees.

Arboreal (a.) Attached to, found in or upon, or frequenting, woods or trees; as, arboreal animals.

Archical (pref.) Chief; primary; primordial.

Archival (a.) Pertaining to, or contained in, archives or records.

Argental (a.) Of or pertaining to silver; resembling, containing, or combined with, silver.

Armorial (a.) Belonging to armor, or to the heraldic arms or escutcheon of a family.

Arrhizal (a.) Alt. of Arrhizous

Arterial (a.) Of or pertaining to an artery, or the arteries; as, arterial action; the arterial system.

Arterial (a.) Of or pertaining to a main channel (resembling an artery), as a river, canal, or railroad.

Asternal (a.) Not sternal; -- said of ribs which do not join the sternum.

Astragal (n.) A convex molding of rounded surface, generally from half to three quarters of a circle.

Astragal (n.) A round molding encircling a cannon near the mouth.

Atlantal (a.) Relating to the atlas.

Atlantal (a.) Anterior; cephalic.

Atomical (a.) Of or pertaining to atoms.

Atomical (a.) Extremely minute; tiny.

Atypical (a.) That has no type; devoid of typical character; irregular; unlike the type.

Auditual (a.) Auditory.

Augurial (a.) Relating to augurs or to augury.

Autumnal (a.) Of, belonging to, or peculiar to, autumn; as, an autumnal tint; produced or gathered in autumn; as, autumnal fruits; flowering in autumn; as, an autumnal plant.

Autumnal (a.) Past the middle of life; in the third stage.

Balmoral (n.) A long woolen petticoat, worn immediately under the dress.

Balmoral (n.) A kind of stout walking shoe, laced in front.

Baronial (a.) Pertaining to a baron or a barony.

Basihyal (a.) Noting two small bones, forming the body of the inverted hyoid arch.

Beheadal (n.) Beheading.

Bellical (a.) Of or pertaining to war; warlike; martial.

Bergmeal (n.) An earthy substance, resembling fine flour. It is composed of the shells of infusoria, and in Lapland and Sweden is sometimes eaten, mixed with flour or ground birch bark, in times of scarcity. This name is also given to a white powdery variety of calcite.

Bestowal (n.) The act of bestowing; disposal.

Betrayal (n.) The act or the result of betraying.

Biblical (a.) Pertaining to, or derived from, the Bible; as, biblical learning; biblical authority.

Bicaudal (a.) Having, or terminating in, two tails.

Bicrural (a.) Having two legs.

Bidental (a.) Having two teeth.

Biennial (a.) Happening, or taking place, once in two years; as, a biennial election.

Biennial (a.) Continuing for two years, and then perishing, as plants which form roots and leaves the first year, and produce fruit the second.

Biennial (n.) Something which takes place or appears once in two years; esp. a biennial examination.

Biennial (n.) A plant which exists or lasts for two years.

Bifacial (a.) Having the opposite surfaces alike.

Bimedial (a.) Applied to a

Bimensal (a.) See Bimonthly, a.

Binaural (a.) Of or pertaining to, or used by, both ears.

Binomial (n.) An expression consisting of two terms connected by the sign plus (+) or minus (-); as, a + b, or 7 - 3.

Binomial (a.) Consisting of two terms; pertaining to binomials; as, a binomial root.

Binomial (a.) Having two names; -- used of the system by which every animal and plant receives two names, the one indicating the genus, the other the species, to which it belongs.

Biserial (a.) Alt. of Biseriate

Bisexual (a.) Of both sexes; hermaphrodite; as a flower with stamens and pistil, or an animal having ovaries and testes.

Brachial (a.) Pertaining or belonging to the arm; as, the brachial artery; the brachial nerve.

Brachial (a.) Of the nature of an arm; resembling an arm.

Bracteal (a.) Having the nature or appearance of a bract.

Buccinal (a.) Shaped or sounding like a trumpet; trumpetlike.

Caesural (a.) Of or pertaining to a caesura.

Cannibal (n.) A human being that eats human flesh; hence, any that devours its own kind.

Cannibal (a.) Relating to cannibals or cannibalism.

Cantonal (a.) Of or pertaining to a canton or cantons; of the nature of a canton.

Cantoral (a.) Of or belonging to a cantor.

Carceral (a.) Belonging to a prison.

Cardinal (a.) Of fundamental importance; preeminent; superior; chief; principal.

Cardinal (a.) One of the ecclesiastical princes who constitute the pope's council, or the sacred college.

Cardinal (a.) A woman's short cloak with a hood.

Cardinal (a.) Mulled red wine.

Carnival (n.) A festival celebrated with merriment and revelry in Roman Gatholic countries during the week before Lent, esp. at Rome and Naples, during a few days (three to ten) before Lent, ending with Shrove Tuesday.

Carnival (n.) Any merrymaking, feasting, or masquerading, especially when overstepping the bounds of decorum; a time of riotous excess.

Carousal (n.) A jovial feast or festival; a drunken revel; a carouse.

Cemental (a.) Of or pertaining to cement, as of a tooth; as, cemental tubes.

Cerebral (a.) Of or pertaining to the cerebrum.

Cerebral (n.) One of a class of lingual consonants in the East Indian languages. See Lingual, n.

Cervical (a.) Of or pertaining to the neck; as, the cervical vertebrae.

Chalazal (a.) Of or pertaining to the chalaza.

Charcoal (v. t.) Impure carbon prepared from vegetable or animal substances; esp., coal made by charring wood in a kiln, retort, etc., from which air is excluded. It is used for fuel and in various mechanical, artistic, and chemical processes.

Charcoal (v. t.) Finely prepared charcoal in small sticks, used as a drawing implement.

Chemical (a.) Pertaining to chemistry; characterized or produced by the forces and operations of chemistry; employed in the processes of chemistry; as, chemical changes; chemical combinations.

Chemical (n.) A substance used for producing a chemical effect; a reagent.

Chrismal (a.) Of or pertaining to or used in chrism.

Circinal (a.) Circinate.

Clergial (a.) Learned; erudite; clerical.

Clerical (a.) Of or pertaining to the clergy; suitable for the clergy.

Clerical (a.) Of or relating to a clerk or copyist, or to writing.

Cliental (a.) Of or pertaining to a client.

Climatal (a.) Climatic.

Clinical (v. i.) Alt. of Clinic

Cogenial (a.) Congenial.

Colonial (a.) Of or pertaining to a colony; as, colonial rights, traffic, wars.

Colossal (a.) Of enormous size; gigantic; huge; as, a colossal statue.

Colossal (a.) Of a size larger than heroic. See Heroic.

Comitial (a.) Relating to the comitia, or popular assemblies of the Romans for electing officers and passing laws.

Communal (a.) Pertaining to a commune.

Confocal (a.) Having the same foci; as, confocal quadrics.

Conjugal (a.) Belonging to marriage; suitable or appropriate to the marriage state or to married persons; matrimonial; connubial.

Conoidal (a.) Nearly, but not exactly, conical.

Convival (a.) pertaining to a feast or to festivity; convivial.

Corporal (n.) A noncommissioned officer, next below a sergeant. In the United States army he is the lowest noncommissioned officer in a company of infantry. He places and relieves sentinels.

Corporal (a.) Belonging or relating to the body; bodily.

Corporal (a.) Having a body or substance; not spiritual; material. In this sense now usually written corporeal.

Corporal (a.) Alt. of Corporale

Corrival (n.) A fellow rival; a competitor; a rival; also, a companion.

Corrival (a.) Having rivaling claims; emulous; in rivalry.

Corrival (v. i. & t.) To compete with; to rival.

Corroval (n.) A dark brown substance of vegetable origin, allied to curare, and used by the natives of New Granada as an arrow poison.

Cortical (a.) Belonging to, or consisting of, bark or rind; resembling bark or rind; external; outer; superficial; as, the cortical substance of the kidney.

Cosmical (a.) Pertaining to the universe, and having special reference to universal law or order, or to the one grand harmonious system of things; hence; harmonious; orderly.

Cosmical (a.) Pertaining to the solar system as a whole, and not to the earth alone.

Cosmical (a.) Characteristic of the cosmos or universe; inconceivably great; vast; as, cosmic speed.

Cosmical (a.) Rising or setting with the sun; -- the opposite of acronycal.

Cossical (a.) Of or relating to algebra; as, cossic numbers, or the cossic art.

Criminal (a.) Guilty of crime or sin.

Criminal (a.) Involving a crime; of the nature of a crime; -- said of an act or of conduct; as, criminal carelessness.

Criminal (a.) Relating to crime; -- opposed to civil; as, the criminal code.

Criminal (n.) One who has commited a crime; especially, one who is found guilty by verdict, confession, or proof; a malefactor; a felon.

Crinital (a.) Same as Crinite, 1.

Critical (n.) Qualified to criticise, or pass judgment upon, literary or artistic productions.

Critical (n.) Pertaining to criticism or the critic's art; of the nature of a criticism; accurate; as, critical knowledge; a critical dissertation.

Critical (n.) Inc

Critical (n.) Inc

Critical (n.) Characterized by thoroughness and a reference to principles, as becomes a critic; as, a critical analysis of a subject.

Critical (n.) Pertaining to, or indicating, a crisis, turning point, or specially important juncture; important as regards consequences; hence, of doubtful issue; attended with risk; dangerous; as, the critical stage of a fever; a critical situation.

Crumenal (n.) A purse.

Crunodal (a.) Possessing, or characterized by, a crunode; -- used of curves.

Cuboidal (a.) Cuboid.

Culminal (a.) Pertaining to a culmen.

Cultural (a.) Of or pertaining to culture.

Cuspidal (a.) Ending in a point.

Cyclical (a.) Of or pertaining to a cycle or circle; moving in cycles; as, cyclical time.

Day-coal (n.) The upper stratum of coal, as nearest the light or surface.

Declinal (a.) Declining; sloping.

Decretal (a.) Appertaining to a decree; containing a decree; as, a decretal epistle.

Decretal (a.) An authoritative order or decree; especially, a letter of the pope, determining some point or question in ecclesiastical law. The decretals form the second part of the canon law.

Decretal (a.) The collection of ecclesiastical decrees and decisions made, by order of Gregory IX., in 1234, by St. Raymond of Pennafort.

Defrayal (n.) The act of defraying; payment; as, the defrayal of necessary costs.

Deifical (a.) Making divine; producing a likeness to God; god-making.

Demonial (a.) Of or pertaining to a demon.

Demurral (n.) Demur; delay in acting or deciding.

Despisal (n.) A despising; contempt.

Destinal (a.) Determined by destiny; fated.

Detrital (a.) Pertaining to, or composed of, detritus.

Diaconal (a.) Of or pertaining to a deacon.

Diagonal (a.) Joining two not adjacent angles of a quadrilateral or multilateral figure; running across from corner to corner; crossing at an angle with one of the sides.

Diagonal (n.) A right

Diagonal (n.) A member, in a framed structure, running obliquely across a panel.

Diagonal (n.) A diagonal cloth; a kind of cloth having diagonal stripes, ridges, or welts made in the weaving.

Dicrotal (a.) Alt. of Dicrotous

Dietical (a.) Dietetic.

Dihedral (a.) Having two plane faces; as, the dihedral summit of a crystal.

Diluvial (a.) Of or pertaining to a flood or deluge, esp. to the great deluge in the days of Noah; diluvian.

Diluvial (a.) Effected or produced by a flood or deluge of water; -- said of coarse and imperfectly stratified deposits along ancient or existing water courses. Similar unstratified deposits were formed by the agency of ice. The time of deposition has been called the Diluvian epoch.

Dipteral (a.) Having two wings only; belonging to the order Diptera.

Dipteral (a.) Having a double row of columns on each on the flanks, as well as in front and rear; -- said of a temple.

Disloyal (a.) Not loyal; not true to a sovereign or lawful superior, or to the government under which one lives; false where allegiance is due; faithless; as, a subject disloyal to the king; a husband disloyal to his wife.

Disposal (n.) The act of disposing, or disposing of, anything; arrangement; orderly distribution; a putting in order; as, the disposal of the troops in two

Disposal (n.) Ordering; regulation; adjustment; management; government; direction.

Disposal (n.) Regulation of the fate, condition, application, etc., of anything; the transference of anything into new hands, a new place, condition, etc.; alienation, or parting; as, a disposal of property.

Disposal (n.) Power or authority to dispose of, determine the condition of, control, etc., especially in the phrase at, or in, the disposal of.

Dithecal (a.) Alt. of Dithecous

Dividual (a.) Divided, shared, or participated in, in common with others.

Doctoral (a.) Of or relating to a doctor, or to the degree of doctor.

Domanial (a.) Of or relating to a domain or to domains.

Dropmeal (adv.) Alt. of Dropmele

Duncical (a.) Like a dunce; duncish.

Duodenal (a.) Of or pertaining to the duodenum; as, duodenal digestion.

Ectental (a.) Relating to, or connected with, the two primitive germ layers, the ectoderm and ectoderm; as, the "ectental

Effigial (a.) Relating to an effigy.

Emetical (a.) Inducing to vomit; producing vomiting; emetic.

Empyreal (a.) Formed of pure fire or light; refined beyond aerial substance; pertaining to the highest and purest region of heaven.

Empyreal (n.) Empyrean.

Encrinal (a.) Alt. of Encrinital

Endemial (a.) Endemic.

Entozoal (a.) Alt. of Entozoic

Envassal (v. t.) To make a vassal of.

Eozoonal (a.) Pertaining to the eozoon; containing eozoons; as, eozoonal limestone.

Epimeral (a.) Pertaining to the epimera.

Episodal (a.) Same as Episodic.

Erotical (a.) Of or pertaining to the passion of love; treating of love; amatory.

Escorial (n.) See Escurial.

Escurial (n.) A palace and mausoleum of the kinds of Spain, being a vast and wonderful structure about twenty-five miles northwest of Madrid.

Especial (a.) Distinguished among others of the same class or kind; special; concerning a species or a single object; principal; particular; as, in an especial manner or degree.

Espousal (n.) The act of espousing or betrothing; especially, in the plural, betrothal; plighting of the troths; a contract of marriage; sometimes, the marriage ceremony.

Espousal (n.) The uniting or allying one's self with anything; maintenance; adoption; as, the espousal of a quarrel.

Esential (n.) Existence; being.

Esential (n.) That which is essential; first or constituent principle; as, the essentials or religion.

Ethereal (a.) Pertaining to the hypothetical upper, purer air, or to the higher regions beyond the earth or beyond the atmosphere; celestial; as, ethereal space; ethereal regions.

Ethereal (a.) Consisting of ether; hence, exceedingly light or airy; tenuous; spiritlike; characterized by extreme delicacy, as form, manner, thought, etc.

Ethereal (a.) Pertaining to, derived from, or resembling, ether; as, ethereal salts.

Ethnical (a.) Belonging to races or nations; based on distinctions of race; ethnological.

Ethnical (a.) Pertaining to the gentiles, or nations not converted to Christianity; heathen; pagan; -- opposed to Jewish and Christian.

Etypical (a.) Diverging from, or lacking conformity to, a type.

Euctical () Expecting a wish; supplicatory.

Exequial (a.) Of or pertaining to funerals; funereal.

Exordial (a.) Pertaining to the exordium of a discourse: introductory.

Exotical (a.) Foreign; not native; exotic.

External (a.) Outward; exterior; relating to the outside, as of a body; being without; acting from without; -- opposed to internal; as, the external form or surface of a body.

External (a.) Outside of or separate from ourselves; (Metaph.) separate from the perceiving mind.

External (a.) Outwardly perceptible; visible; physical or corporeal, as distinguished from mental or moral.

External (a.) Not intrinsic nor essential; accidental; accompanying; superficial.

External (a.) Foreign; relating to or connected with foreign nations; as, external trade or commerce; the external relations of a state or kingdom.

External (a.) Away from the mesial plane of the body; lateral.

External (n.) Something external or without; outward part; that which makes a show, rather than that which is intrinsic; visible form; -- usually in the plural.

Farcical (a.) Pertaining to farce; appropriated to farce; ludicrous; unnatural; unreal.

Farcical (a.) Of or pertaining to the disease called farcy. See Farcy, n.

Festival (a.) Pertaining to a fest; festive; festal; appropriate to a festival; joyous; mirthful.

Fiducial (a.) Having faith or trust; confident; undoubting; firm.

Fiducial (a.) Having the nature of a trust; fiduciary; as, fiducial power.

Figurial (a.) Represented by figure or de

Fissural (a.) Pertaining to a fissure or fissures; as, the fissural pattern of a brain.

Flexural (a.) Of, pertaining to, or resulting from, flexure; of the nature of, or characterized by, flexure; as, flexural elasticity.

Forcipal (a.) Forked or branched like a pair of forceps; constructed so as to open and shut like a pair of forceps.

Forensal (a.) Forensic.

Forestal (a.) Of or pertaining to forests; as, forestal rights.

Fornical (a.) Relating to a fornix.

Fucoidal (a.) Fucoid.

Fucoidal (a.) Containing impressions of fossil fucoids or seaweeds; as, fucoidal sandstone.

Funereal (a.) Suiting a funeral; pertaining to burial; solemn. Hence: Dark; dismal; mournful.

Galangal (n.) The pungent aromatic rhizome or tuber of certain East Indian or Chinese species of Alpinia (A. Galanga and A. officinarum) and of the Kaempferia Galanga), -- all of the Ginger family.

Ganglial (a.) Relating to a ganglion; ganglionic.

Ganoidal (a.) Ganoid.

Genesial (a.) Of or relating to generation.

Germinal (a.) Pertaining or belonging to a germ; as, the germinal vesicle.

Germinal (n.) The seventh month of the French republican calendar [1792 -- 1806]. It began March 21 and ended April 19. See VendEmiaire.

Gestural (a.) Relating to gesture.

Gingival (a.) Of or pertaining to the gums.

Gnomical (a.) Sententious; uttering or containing maxims, or striking detached thoughts; aphoristic.

Gnomical (a.) Gnomonical.

Gonidial (a.) Pertaining to, or containing, gonidia.

Gonidial (a.) Of or pertaining to the angles of the mouth; as, a gonidial groove of an actinian.

Gonydial (a.) Pertaining to the gonys of a bird's beak.

Governal (n.) Alt. of Governail

Guttural (a.) Of or pertaining to the throat; formed in the throat; relating to, or characteristic of, a sound formed in the throat.

Guttural (n.) A sound formed in the throat; esp., a sound formed by the aid of the back of the tongue, much retracted, and the soft palate; also, a letter representing such a sound.

Gymnical (a.) Athletic; gymnastic.

Gyroidal (a.) Spiral in arrangement or action.

Gyroidal (a.) Having the planes arranged spirally, so that they inc

Gyroidal (a.) Turning the plane of polarization circularly or spirally to the right or left.

Habitual (n.) Formed or acquired by habit or use.

Habitual (n.) According to habit; established by habit; customary; constant; as, the habiual practice of sin.

Hallucal (a.) Of or pertaining to the hallux.

Heckimal (n.) The European blue titmouse (Parus coeruleus).

Heliacal (a.) Emerging from the light of the sun, or passing into it; rising or setting at the same, or nearly the same, time as the sun.

Heroical (a.) Heroic.

Hibernal (a.) Belonging or relating to winter; wintry; winterish.

Hospital (n.) A place for shelter or entertainment; an inn.

Hospital (a.) Hospitable.

Hymeneal (n.) Alt. of Hymenean

Hymeneal (n.) Alt. of Hymenean

Hyoideal (a.) Alt. of Hyoidean

Hypaxial (a.) Beneath the axis of the skeleton; subvertebral; hyposkeletal.

Hypohyal (a.) Pertaining to one or more small elements in the hyoidean arch of fishes, between the caratohyal and urohyal.

Hypohyal (n.) One of the hypohyal bones or cartilages.

Iambical (a.) Iambic.

Iatrical (a.) Of or pertaining to medicine, or to medical men.

Iconical (a.) Pertaining to, or consisting of, images, pictures, or representations of any kind.

Imaginal (a.) Characterized by imagination; imaginative; also, given to the use or rhetorical figures or imagins.

Imaginal (a.) Of or pertaining to an imago.

Immortal (a.) Not mortal; exempt from liability to die; undying; imperishable; lasting forever; having unlimited, or eternal, existance.

Immortal (a.) Connected with, or pertaining to immortability.

Immortal (a.) Destined to live in all ages of this world; abiding; exempt from oblivion; imperishable; as, immortal fame.

Immortal (a.) Great; excessive; grievous.

Immortal (n.) One who will never cease to be; one exempt from death, decay, or annihilation.

Imperial (a.) Of or pertaining to an empire, or to an emperor; as, an imperial government; imperial authority or edict.

Imperial (a.) Belonging to, or suitable to, supreme authority, or one who wields it; royal; sovereign; supreme.

Imperial (a.) Of superior or unusual size or excellence; as, imperial paper; imperial tea, etc.

Imperial (n.) The tuft of hair on a man's lower lip and chin; -- so called from the style of beard of Napoleon III.

Imperial (n.) An outside seat on a diligence.

Imperial (n.) A luggage case on the top of a coach.

Imperial (n.) Anything of unusual size or excellence, as a large decanter, a kind of large photograph, a large sheet of drowing, printing, or writing paper, etc.

Imperial (n.) A gold coin of Russia worth ten rubles, or about eight dollars.

Imperial (n.) A kind of fine cloth brought into England from Greece. or other Eastern countries, in the Middle Ages.

Inchmeal (n.) A piece an inch long.

Inchmeal (adv.) Little by little; gradually.

Indusial (a.) Of, pertaining to, or containing, the petrified cases of the larvae of certain insects.

Infernal (a.) Of or pertaining to or suitable for the lower regions, inhabited, according to the ancients, by the dead; pertaining to Pluto's realm of the dead, the Tartarus of the ancients.

Infernal (a.) Of or pertaining to, resembling, or inhabiting, hell; suitable for hell, or to the character of the inhabitants of hell; hellish; diabolical; as, infernal spirits, or conduct.

Infernal (n.) An inhabitant of the infernal regions; also, the place itself.

Informal (a.) Not in the regular, usual, or established form; not according to official, conventional, prescribed, or customary forms or rules; irregular; hence, without ceremony; as, an informal writting, proceeding, or visit.

Informal (a.) Deranged in mind; out of one's senses.

Infrugal (a.) Not frugal; wasteful; as, an infrugal expense of time.

Inguinal (a.) Of or pertaining to, or in the region of, the inguen or groin; as, an inguinal canal or ligament; inguinal hernia.

Inimical (a.) Having the disposition or temper of an enemy; unfriendly; unfavorable; -- chiefly applied to private, as hostile is to public, enmity.

Inimical (a.) Opposed in tendency, influence, or effects; antagonistic; inconsistent; incompatible; adverse; repugnant.

Integral (a.) Lacking nothing of completeness; complete; perfect; uninjured; whole; entire.

Integral (a.) Essential to completeness; constituent, as a part; pertaining to, or serving to form, an integer; integrant.

Integral (a.) Of, pertaining to, or being, a whole number or undivided quantity; not fractional.

Integral (a.) Pertaining to, or proceeding by, integration; as, the integral calculus.

Integral (n.) A whole; an entire thing; a whole number; an individual.

Integral (n.) An expression which, being differentiated, will produce a given differential. See differential Differential, and Integration. Cf. Fluent.

Internal (a.) Inward; interior; being within any limit or surface; inclosed; -- opposed to external; as, the internal parts of a body, or of the earth.

Internal (a.) Derived from, or dependent on, the thing itself; inherent; as, the internal evidence of the divine origin of the Scriptures.

Internal (a.) Pertaining to its own affairs or interests; especially, (said of a country) domestic, as opposed to foreign; as, internal trade; internal troubles or war.

Internal (a.) Pertaining to the inner being or the heart; spiritual.

Internal (a.) Intrinsic; inherent; real.

Internal (a.) Lying toward the mesial plane; mesial.

Interval (n.) A space between things; a void space intervening between any two objects; as, an interval between two houses or hills.

Interval (n.) Space of time between any two points or events; as, the interval between the death of Charles I. of England, and the accession of Charles II.

Interval (n.) A brief space of time between the recurrence of similar conditions or states; as, the interval between paroxysms of pain; intervals of sanity or delirium.

Interval (n.) Difference in pitch between any two tones.

Interval (n.) Alt. of Intervale

Irenical (a.) Fitted or designed to promote peace; pacific; conciliatory; peaceful.

Ironical (a.) Pertaining to irony; containing, expressing, or characterized by, irony; as, an ironical remark.

Ironical (a.) Addicted to the use of irony; given to irony.

Judaical (a.) Of or pertaining to the Jews.

Judicial (a.) Pertaining or appropriate to courts of justice, or to a judge; practiced or conformed to in the administration of justice; sanctioned or ordered by a court; as, judicial power; judicial proceedings; a judicial sale.

Judicial (a.) Fitted or apt for judging or deciding; as, a judicial mind.

Judicial (a.) Belonging to the judiciary, as distinguished from legislative, administrative, or executive. See Executive.

Judicial (a.) Judicious.

Kathetal (a.) Making a right angle; perpendicular, as two

Lacrymal (n.) Alt. of Lacrymal

Lacrymal (n.) See Lachrymatory.

Lacrymal (n. & a.) See Lachrymatory, n., and Lachrymal, a.

Limbmeal (adv.) Piecemeal.

Littoral (a.) Of or pertaining to a shore, as of the sea.

Littoral (a.) Inhabiting the seashore, esp. the zone between high-water and low-water mark.

Lixivial (a.) Impregnated with, or consisting of, alka

Lixivial (a.) Of the color of lye; resembling lye.

Lixivial (a.) Having the qualities of alka

Longeval (a.) Long-loved; longevous.

Lubrical (a.) Having a smooth surface; slippery.

Lubrical (a.) Lascivious; wanton; lewd.

Lucernal (a.) Of or pertaining to a lamp.

Lupercal (a.) Of or pertaining to the Lupercalia.

Lupercal (n.) A grotto on the Palatine Hill sacred to Lupercus, the Lycean Pan.

Machinal (a.) Of or pertaining to machines.

Macrural (a.) Same as Macrurous.

Madrigal (n.) A little amorous poem, sometimes called a pastoral poem, containing some tender and delicate, though simple, thought.

Madrigal (n.) An unaccompanied polyphonic song, in four, five, or more parts, set to secular words, but full of counterpoint and imitation, and adhering to the old church modes. Unlike the freer glee, it is best sung with several voices on a part. See Glee.

Malarial (a.) Alt. of Malarious

Manerial (a.) See Manorial.

Maniacal (a.) Affected with, or characterized by, madness; maniac.

Manorial (a.) Of or pertaining to a manor.

Manubial (a.) Belonging to spoils; taken in war.

Manurial (a.) Relating to manures.

Marginal (a.) Of or pertaining to a margin.

Marginal (a.) Written or printed in the margin; as, a marginal note or gloss.

Material (a.) Consisting of matter; not spiritual; corporeal; physical; as, material substance or bodies.

Material (a.) Hence: Pertaining to, or affecting, the physical nature of man, as distinguished from the mental or moral nature; relating to the bodily wants, interests, and comforts.

Material (a.) Of solid or weighty character; not insubstantial; of cinsequence; not be dispensed with; important.

Material (a.) Pertaining to the matter, as opposed to the form, of a thing. See Matter.

Material (n.) The substance or matter of which anything is made or may be made.

Material (v. t.) To form from matter; to materialize.

Maternal (a.) Of or pertaining to a mother; becoming to a mother; motherly; as, maternal love; maternal tenderness.

Matronal (a.) Of or pertaining to a matron; suitable to an elderly lady or to a married woman; grave; motherly.

Medieval () Alt. of Medievalist

Medregal (n.) See Bonito, 3.

Memorial (a.) Serving to preserve remembrance; commemorative; as, a memorial building.

Memorial (a.) Mnemonic; assisting the memory.

Memorial (n.) Anything intended to preserve the memory of a person or event; something which serves to keep something else in remembrance; a monument.

Memorial (n.) A memorandum; a record.

Memorial (n.) A written representation of facts, addressed to the government, or to some branch of it, or to a society, etc., -- often accompanied with a petition.

Memorial (n.) Memory; remembrance.

Memorial (n.) A species of informal state paper, much used in negotiation.

Meniscal (a.) Pertaining to, or having the form of, a meniscus.

Mensural (a.) Of or pertaining to measure.

Merithal (n.) Alt. of Merithallus

Methylal (n.) A light, volatile liquid, H2C(OCH3)2, regarded as a complex ether, and having a pleasant ethereal odor. It is obtained by the partial oxidation of methyl alcohol. Called also formal.

Metrical (a.) Of or pertaining to the meter; arranged in meter; consisting of verses; as, metrical compositions.

Metrical (a.) Of or pertaining to measurement; as, the inch, foot, yard, etc., are metrical terms; esp., of or pertaining to the metric system.

Mistrial (n.) A false or erroneous trial; a trial which has no result.

Momental (a.) Lasting but a moment; brief.

Momental (a.) Important; momentous.

Momental (a.) Of or pertaining to moment or momentum.

Monachal (a.) Of or pertaining to monks or a monastic life; monastic.

Monaxial (a.) Having only one axis; developing along a single

Monomial (n.) A single algebraic expression; that is, an expression unconnected with any other by the sign of addition, substraction, equality, or inequality.

Monomial (a.) Consisting of but a single term or expression.

Mopsical (a.) Shortsighted; mope-eyed.

Morrimal (n. & a.) See Mormal.

Mosaical (a.) Mosaic (in either sense).

Motorial (n.) Causing or setting up motion; pertaining to organs of motion; -- applied especially in physiology to those nerves or nerve fibers which only convey impressions from a nerve center to muscles, thereby causing motion.

Murnival (n.) In the game of gleek, four cards of the same value, as four aces or four kings; hence, four of anything.

Myelonal (a.) Of or pertaining to the myelon; as, the myelonal, or spinal, nerves.

Mystacal (a.) Of or pertaining to the upper lip, or mustache.

Mystical (a.) Remote from or beyond human comprehension; baffling human understanding; unknowable; obscure; mysterious.

Mystical (a.) Importing or implying mysticism; involving some secret meaning; allegorical; emblematical; as, a mystic dance; mystic Babylon.

Mythical (a.) Of or relating to myths; described in a myth; of the nature of a myth; fabulous; imaginary; fanciful.

National (a.) Of or pertaining to a nation; common to a whole people or race; public; general; as, a national government, language, dress, custom, calamity, etc.

National (a.) Attached to one's own country or nation.

Nautical (a.) Of or pertaining to seamen, to the art of navigation, or to ships; as, nautical skill.

Noetical (a.) Of or pertaining to the intellect; intellectual.

Nonmetal (n.) Any one of the set of elements which, as contrasted with the metals, possess, produce, or receive, acid rather than basic properties; a metalloid; as, oxygen, sulphur, and chlorine are nonmetals.

Nonvocal (a.) Not vocal; destitute of tone.

Nonvocal (n.) A nonvocal consonant.

Notarial (a.) Of or pertaining to a notary; done or taken by a notary; as, a notarial seal; notarial evidence or attestation.

Notional (a.) Consisting of, or conveying, notions or ideas; expressing abstract conceptions.

Notional (a.) Existing in idea only; visionary; whimsical.

Notional (a.) Given to foolish or visionary expectations; whimsical; fanciful; as, a notional man.

Noumenal (a.) Of or pertaining to the noumenon; real; -- opposed to phenomenal.

Novercal (a.) Done or recurring every ninth year.

Novercal (a.) Of or pertaining to a stepmother; suitable to, or in the manner of, a stepmother.

Nundinal (n.) A nundinal letter.

Nundinal (a.) Alt. of Nundinary

Oestrual (a.) Of or pertaining to sexual desire; -- mostly applied to brute animals; as, the oestrual period; oestrual influence.

Official (n.) Of or pertaining to an office or public trust; as, official duties, or routine.

Official (n.) Derived from the proper office or officer, or from the proper authority; made or communicated by virtue of authority; as, an official statement or report.

Official (n.) Approved by authority; sanctioned by the pharmacopoeia; appointed to be used in medicine; as, an official drug or preparation. Cf. Officinal.

Official (n.) Discharging an office or function.

Official (a.) One who holds an office; esp., a subordinate executive officer or attendant.

Official (a.) An ecclesiastical judge appointed by a bishop, chapter, archdeacon, etc., with charge of the spiritual jurisdiction.

Ommateal (a.) Of or pertaining to an ommateum.

Optional (a.) Involving an option; depending on the exercise of an option; left to one's discretion or choice; not compulsory; as, optional studies; it is optional with you to go or stay.

Optional (n.) See Elective, n.

Oriental (a.) Of or pertaining to the orient or east; eastern; concerned with the East or Orientalism; -- opposed to occidental; as, Oriental countries.

Oriental (n.) A native or inhabitant of the Orient or some Eastern part of the world; an Asiatic.

Oriental (n.) Eastern Christians of the Greek rite.

Original (a.) Pertaining to the origin or beginning; preceding all others; first in order; primitive; primary; pristine; as, the original state of man; the original laws of a country; the original inventor of a process.

Original (a.) Not copied, imitated, or translated; new; fresh; genuine; as, an original thought; an original process; the original text of Scripture.

Original (a.) Having the power to suggest new thoughts or combinations of thought; inventive; as, an original genius.

Original (a.) Before unused or unknown; new; as, a book full of original matter.

Original (n.) Origin; commencement; source.

Original (n.) That which precedes all others of its class; archetype; first copy; hence, an original work of art, manuscript, text, and the like, as distinguished from a copy, translation, etc.

Original (n.) An original thinker or writer; an originator.

Original (n.) A person of marked eccentricity.

Original (n.) The natural or wild species from which a domesticated or cultivated variety has been derived; as, the wolf is thought by some to be the original of the dog, the blackthorn the original of the plum.

Otosteal (n.) An auditory ossicle.

Outrival (v. t.) To surpass in a rivalry.

Overdeal (n.) The excess.

Overzeal (n.) Excess of zeal.

Oviducal (a.) Of or pertaining to oviducts; as, oviducal glands.

Oxygonal (a.) Alt. of Oxygonial

Palatial (a.) Of or pertaining to a palace; suitable for a palace; resembling a palace; royal; magnificent; as, palatial structures.

Palatial (a.) Palatal; palatine.

Palatial (n.) A palatal letter.

Palsical (a.) Affected with palsy; palsied; paralytic.

Paraxial (a.) On either side of the axis of the skeleton.

Parental (a.) Of or pertaining to a parent or to parents; as, parental authority; parental obligations.

Parental (a.) Becoming to, or characteristic of, parents; tender; affectionate; devoted; as, parental care.

Parietal (a.) Of or pertaining to a wall; hence, pertaining to buildings or the care of them.

Parietal (a.) Resident within the walls or buildings of a college.

Parietal (a.) Of pertaining to the parietes.

Parietal (a.) Of, pertaining to, or in the region of, the parietal bones, which form the upper and middle part of the cranium, between the frontals and occipitals.

Parietal (a.) Attached to the main wall of the ovary, and not to the axis; -- said of a placenta.

Parietal (n.) One of the parietal bones.

Parietal (n.) One of the special scales, or plates, covering the back of the head in certain reptiles and fishes.

Pastoral (a.) Of or pertaining to shepherds; hence, relating to rural life and scenes; as, a pastoral life.

Pastoral (a.) Relating to the care of souls, or to the pastor of a church; as, pastoral duties; a pastoral letter.

Pastoral (n.) A poem describing the life and manners of shepherds; a poem in which the speakers assume the character of shepherds; an idyl; a bucolic.

Pastoral (n.) A cantata relating to rural life; a composition for instruments characterized by simplicity and sweetness; a lyrical composition the subject of which is taken from rural life.

Pastoral (n.) A letter of a pastor to his charge; specifically, a letter addressed by a bishop to his diocese; also (Prot. Epis. Ch.), a letter of the House of Bishops, to be read in each parish.

Paternal (a.) Of or pertaining to a father; fatherly; showing the disposition of a father; guiding or instructing as a father; as, paternal care.

Paternal (a.) Received or derived from a father; hereditary; as, a paternal estate.

Patronal (a.) Patron; protecting; favoring.

Pectinal (a.) Of or pertaining to a comb; resembling a comb.

Pectinal (n.) A fish whose bone/ resemble comb teeth.

Pectoral (a.) Of or pertaining to the breast, or chest; as, the pectoral muscles.

Pectoral (a.) Relating to, or good for, diseases of the chest or lungs; as, a pectoral remedy.

Pectoral (a.) Having the breast conspicuously colored; as, the pectoral sandpiper.

Pectoral (n.) A covering or protecting for the breast.

Pectoral (n.) A breastplate, esp. that worn by the Jewish high person.

Pectoral (n.) A clasp or a cross worn on the breast.

Pectoral (n.) A medicine for diseases of the chest organs, especially the lungs.

Pecunial (a.) Pecuniary.

Pedestal (n.) The base or foot of a column, statue, vase, lamp, or the like; the part on which an upright work stands. It consists of three parts, the base, the die or dado, and the cornice or surbase molding. See Illust. of Column.

Pedestal (n.) A casting secured to the frame of a truck and forming a jaw for holding a journal box.

Pedestal (n.) A pillow block; a low housing.

Pedestal (n.) An iron socket, or support, for the foot of a brace at the end of a truss where it rests on a pier.

Pedregal (n.) A lava field.

Perineal (a.) Of or pertaining to the perineum.

Peroneal (a.) Of or pertaining to the fibula; in the region of the fibula.

Personal (a.) Pertaining to human beings as distinct from things.

Personal (a.) Of or pertaining to a particular person; relating to, or affecting, an individual, or each of many individuals; peculiar or proper to private concerns; not public or general; as, personal comfort; personal desire.

Personal (a.) Pertaining to the external or bodily appearance; corporeal; as, personal charms.

Personal (a.) Done in person; without the intervention of another.

Personal (a.) Relating to an individual, his character, conduct, motives, or private affairs, in an invidious and offensive manner; as, personal reflections or remarks.

Personal (a.) Denoting person; as, a personal pronoun.

Personal (n.) A movable; a chattel.

Petrosal (a.) Hard; stony; petrous; as, the petrosal bone; petrosal part of the temporal bone.

Petrosal (a.) Of, pertaining to, or in the region of, the petrous, or petrosal, bone, or the corresponding part of the temporal bone.

Petrosal (n.) A petrosal bone.

Petrosal (n.) The auditory capsule.

Physical (a.) Of or pertaining to physics, or natural philosophy; treating of, or relating to, the causes and connections of natural phenomena; as, physical science; physical laws.

Physical (a.) Perceptible through a bodily or material organization; cognizable by the senses; external; as, the physical, opposed to chemical, characters of a mineral.

Physical (a.) Of or pertaining to physic, or the art of medicine; medicinal; curative; healing; also, cathartic; purgative.

Pictural (a.) Pictorial.

Pictural (n.) A picture.

Piscinal (a.) Belonging to a fishpond or a piscina.

Pittacal (n.) A dark blue substance obtained from wood tar. It consists of hydrocarbons which when oxidized form the orange-yellow eupittonic compounds, the salts of which are dark blue.

Poetical (a.) Of or pertaining to poetry; suitable for poetry, or for writing poetry; as, poetic talent, theme, work, sentiments.

Poetical (a.) Expressed in metrical form; exhibiting the imaginative or the rhythmical quality of poetry; as, a poetical composition; poetical prose.

Policial (a.) Relating to the police.

Ponderal (a.) Estimated or ascertained by weight; -- distinguished from numeral; as, a ponderal drachma.

Postanal (a.) Situated behind, or posterior to, the anus.

Postoral (a.) Situated behind, or posterior to, the mouth.

Postural (a.) Of or pertaining to posture.

Praedial (a.) See Predial.

Prairial (n.) The ninth month of the French Republican calendar, which dated from September 22, 1792. It began May, 20, and ended June 18. See Vendemiaire.

Prandial (a.) Of or pertaining to a repast, especially to dinner.

Preaxial (a.) Situated in front of any transverse axis in the body of an animal; anterior; cephalic; esp., in front, or on the anterior, or cephalic (that is, radial or tibial) side of the axis of a limb.

Prenasal (a.) Situated in front of the nose, or in front of the nasal chambers.

Prenatal (a.) Being or happening before birth.

Primeval (a.) Belonging to the first ages; pristine; original; primitive; primary; as, the primeval innocence of man.

Prodigal (a.) Given to extravagant expenditure; expending money or other things without necessity; recklessly or viciously profuse; lavish; wasteful; not frugal or economical; as, a prodigal man; the prodigal son; prodigal giving; prodigal expenses.

Prodigal (n.) One who expends money extravagantly, viciously, or without necessity; one that is profuse or lavish in any expenditure; a waster; a spendthrift.

Proemial (a.) Introductory; prefatory; preliminary.

Proposal (n.) That which is proposed, or propounded for consideration or acceptance; a scheme or design; terms or conditions proposed; offer; as, to make proposals for a treaty of peace; to offer proposals for erecting a building; to make proposals of marriage.

Proposal (n.) The offer by a party of what he has in view as to an intended business transaction, which, with acceptance, constitutes a contract.

Prorenal (a.) Pronephric.

Proximal (a.) Toward or nearest, as to a body, or center of motion of dependence; proximate.

Proximal (a.) Situated near the point of attachment or origin; as, the proximal part of a limb.

Proximal (a.) Of or pertaining to that which is proximal; as, the proximal bones of a limb. Opposed to distal.

Pudendal (a.) Of or pertaining to the pudenda, or pudendum.

Punctual (a.) Consisting in a point; limited to a point; unextended.

Punctual (a.) Observant of nice points; punctilious; precise.

Punctual (a.) Appearing or done at, or adhering exactly to, a regular or an appointed time; precise; prompt; as, a punctual man; a punctual payment.

Punicial (a.) Of a bright red or purple color.

Pyrexial (a.) Alt. of Pyrexical

Rasorial (a.) Of or pertaining to the Rasores, or gallinaceous birds, as the peacock, domestic fowl, partridge, quail, and the like.

Rational (a.) Relating to the reason; not physical; mental.

Rational (a.) Having reason, or the faculty of reasoning; endowed with reason or understanding; reasoning.

Rational (a.) Agreeable to reason; not absurd, preposterous, extravagant, foolish, fanciful, or the like; wise; judicious; as, rational conduct; a rational man.

Rational (a.) Expressing the type, structure, relations, and reactions of a compound; graphic; -- said of formulae. See under Formula.

Rational (n.) A rational being.

Rebuttal (n.) The giving of evidence on the part of a plaintiff to destroy the effect of evidence introduced by the defendant in the same suit.

Rectoral (a.) Pertaining to a rector or governor.

Regional (a.) Of or pertaining to a particular region; sectional.

Remedial (a.) Affording a remedy; intended for a remedy, or for the removal or abatement of an evil; as, remedial treatment.

Remittal (n.) A remitting; a giving up; surrender; as, the remittal of the first fruits.

Reprisal (n.) The act of taking from an enemy by way of reteliation or indemnity.

Reprisal (n.) Anything taken from an enemy in retaliation.

Reprisal (n.) The act of retorting on an enemy by inflicting suffering or death on a prisoner taken from him, in retaliation for an act of inhumanity.

Reprisal (n.) Any act of retaliation.

Requital (n.) The act of requiting; also, that which requites; return, good or bad, for anything done; in a good sense, compensation; recompense; as, the requital of services; in a bad sense, retaliation, or punishment; as, the requital of evil deeds.

Residual (a.) Pertaining to a residue; remaining after a part is taken.

Residual (n.) The difference of the results obtained by observation, and by computation from a formula.

Residual (n.) The difference between the mean of several observations and any one of them.

Restoral (n.) Restoration.

Retainal (n.) The act of retaining; retention.

Reversal (a.) Intended to reverse; implying reversal.

Reversal (n.) The act of reversing; the causing to move or face in an opposite direction, or to stand or lie in an inverted position; as, the reversal of a rotating wheel; the reversal of objects by a convex lens.

Reversal (n.) A change or overthrowing; as, the reversal of a judgment, which amounts to an official declaration that it is false; the reversal of an attainder, or of an outlawry, by which the sentence is rendered void.

Reviewal (n.) A review.

Rhonchal (a.) Rhonchial.

Risorial (a.) Pertaining to, or producing, laughter; as, the risorial muscles.

Rubrical (a.) Colored in, or marked with, red; placed in rubrics.

Rubrical (a.) Of or pertaining to the rubric or rubrics.

Rustical (a.) Rustic.

Sagittal (a.) Of or pertaining to an arrow; resembling an arrow; furnished with an arrowlike appendage.

Sagittal (a.) Of or pertaining to the sagittal suture; in the region of the sagittal suture; rabdoidal; as, the sagittal furrow, or groove, on the inner surface of the roof of the skull.

Sagittal (a.) In the mesial plane; mesial; as, a sagittal section of an animal.

Sangraal (n.) Alt. of Sangreal

Sangreal (n.) See Holy Grail, under Grail.

Satrapal (a.) Of or pertaining to a satrap, or a satrapy.

Scenical (a.) Of or pertaining to scenery; of the nature of scenery; theatrical.

Sceptral (a.) Of or pertaining to a scepter; like a scepter.

Sea coal () Coal brought by sea; -- a name by which mineral coal was formerly designated in the south of England, in distinction from charcoal, which was brought by land.

Seasonal (a.) Of or pertaining to the seasons.

Sectoral (a.) Of or pertaining to a sector; as, a sectoral circle.

Semiopal (n.) A variety of opal not possessing opalescence.

Semioval (a.) Half oval.

Septical (a.) Having power to promote putrefaction.

Shrieval (a.) Of or pertaining to a sheriff.

Sidereal (a.) Relating to the stars; starry; astral; as, sidereal astronomy.

Sidereal (a.) Measuring by the apparent motion of the stars; designated, marked out, or accompanied, by a return to the same position in respect to the stars; as, the sidereal revolution of a planet; a sidereal day.

Simonial (a.) Simoniacal.

Siphonal (a.) Of or pertaining to a siphon; resembling a siphon.

Skeletal (a.) Pertaining to the skeleton.

Somedeal (adv.) In some degree; somewhat.

Sophical (a.) Teaching wisdom.

Spectral (a.) Of or pertaining to a specter; ghosty.

Spectral (a.) Of or pertaining to the spectrum; made by the spectrum; as, spectral colors; spectral analysis.

Splenial (a.) Designating the splenial bone.

Splenial (a.) Of or pertaining to the splenial bone or splenius muscle.

Splenial (n.) The splenial bone.

Springal (a.) Alt. of Springall

Springal (n.) An ancient military engine for casting stones and arrows by means of a spring.

Staminal (a.) Of or pertaining to stamens or stamina; consisting in stamens.

Statical (a.) Resting; acting by mere weight without motion; as, statical pressure; static objects.

Statical (a.) Pertaining to bodies at rest or in equilibrium.

Subbasal (a.) Near the base.

Subdural (a.) Situated under the dura mater, or between the dura mater and the arachnoid membrane.

Subequal (a.) Nearly equal.

Subnasal (a.) Situated under the nose; as, the subnasal point, or the middle point of the inferior border of the anterior nasal aperture.

Subvocal (a. & n.) Same as Subtonic.

Subzonal (a.) Situated under a zone, or zona; -- applied to a membrane between the zona radiata and the umbilical vesicle in the mammal embryo.

Suicidal (a.) Partaking of, or of the nature of, the crime or suicide.

Supernal (a.) Being in a higher place or region; locally higher; as, the supernal orbs; supernal regions.

Supernal (a.) Relating or belonging to things above; celestial; heavenly; as, supernal grace.

Supplial (n.) The act of supplying; a supply.

Supposal (n.) The act of supposing; also, that which is supposed; supposition; opinion.

Surgical (a.) Of or pertaining to surgeons or surgery; done by means of surgery; used in surgery; as, a surgical operation; surgical instruments.

Surmisal (n.) Surmise.

Surroyal (n.) One of the terminal branches or divisions of the beam of the antler of the stag or other large deer.

Surveyal (n.) Survey.

Survival (n.) A living or continuing longer than, or beyond the existence of, another person, thing, or event; an outliving.

Survival (n.) Any habit, usage, or belief, remaining from ancient times, the origin of which is often unknown, or imperfectly known.

Suspiral (n.) A breathing hole; a vent or ventiduct.

Suspiral (n.) A spring of water passing under ground toward a cistern or conduit.

Syncopal (a.) Of or pertaining to syncope; resembling syncope.

Synedral (a.) Growing on the angles of a stem, as the leaves in some species of Selaginella.

Synochal (a.) Of or pertaining to synocha; like synocha.

Synovial (a.) Of or pertaining to synovia; secreting synovia.

Syzygial (a.) Pertaining to a syzygy.

Tactical (a.) Of or pertaining to the art of military and naval tactics.

Teetotal (a.) Entire; total.

Tellural (a.) Of or pertaining to the earth.

Temporal (a.) Of or pertaining to the temple or temples; as, the temporal bone; a temporal artery.

Temporal (n.) Of or pertaining to time, that is, to the present life, or this world; secular, as distinguished from sacred or eternal.

Temporal (n.) Civil or political, as distinguished from ecclesiastical; as, temporal power; temporal courts.

Temporal (n.) Anything temporal or secular; a temporality; -- used chiefly in the plural.

Teretial (a.) Rounded; as, the teretial tracts in the floor of the fourth ventricle of the brain of some fishes.

Terminal (n.) Of or pertaining to the end or extremity; forming the extremity; as, a terminal edge.

Terminal (n.) Growing at the end of a branch or stem; terminating; as, a terminal bud, flower, or spike.

Terminal (n.) That which terminates or ends; termination; extremity.

Terminal (n.) Either of the ends of the conducting circuit of an electrical apparatus, as an inductorium, dynamo, or electric motor, usually provided with binding screws for the attachment of wires by which a current may be conveyed into or from the machine; a pole.

Tesseral (a.) Of, pertaining to, or containing, tesserae.

Tesseral (a.) Isometric.

Tetrical (a.) Forward; perverse; harsh; sour; rugged.

Textural (a.) Of or pertaining to texture.

Theatral (a.) Of or pertaining to a theater; theatrical.

Thetical (a.) Laid down; absolute or positive, as a law.

Tithymal (n.) Any kind of spurge, esp. Euphorbia Cyparissias.

Tracheal (a.) Of or pertaining to the trachea; like a trachea.

Tragical (a.) Of or pertaining to tragedy; of the nature or character of tragedy; as, a tragic poem; a tragic play or representation.

Tragical (a.) Fatal to life; mournful; terrible; calamitous; as, the tragic scenes of the French revolution.

Tragical (a.) Mournful; expressive of tragedy, the loss of life, or of sorrow.

Tribunal (n.) The seat of a judge; the bench on which a judge and his associates sit for administering justice.

Tribunal (n.) Hence, a court or forum; as, the House of Lords, in England, is the highest tribunal in the kingdom.

Triedral (a.) See Trihedral.

Trigonal (a.) Having three angles, or corners; triangular; as, a trigonal stem, one having tree prominent longitudinal angles.

Trihoral (a.) Occurring once in every three hours.

Trinodal (a.) Having three knots or nodes; having three points from which a leaf may shoot; as, a trinodal stem.

Trinodal (a.) Having three nodal points.

Tripedal (a.) Having three feet.

Tritical (a.) Trite.

Troopial (n.) Same as Troupial.

Tropical (n.) Of or pertaining to the tropics; characteristic of, or incident to, the tropics; being within the tropics; as, tropical climate; tropical latitudes; tropical heat; tropical diseases.

Tropical (n.) Rhetorically changed from its exact original sense; being of the nature of a trope; figurative; metaphorical.

Troupial (n.) Any one of numerous species of bright-colored American birds belonging to Icterus and allied genera, especially Icterus icterus, a native of the West Indies and South America. Many of the species are called orioles in America.

Turbinal (a.) Rolled in a spiral; scroll-like; turbinate; -- applied to the thin, plicated, bony or cartilaginous plates which support the olfactory and mucous membranes of the nasal chambers.

Turbinal (n.) A turbinal bone or cartilage.

Turrical (a.) Of or pertaining to a turret, or tower; resembling a tower.

Tutorial (a.) Of or pertaining to a tutor; belonging to, or exercised by, a tutor.

Tympanal (n.) Tympanic.

Unfilial (a.) Unsuitable to a son or a daughter; undutiful; not becoming a child.

Unguical (a.) Ungual.

Uniaxial (a.) Having but one optic axis, or

Uniaxial (a.) Having only one axis; developing along a single

Unisonal (a.) Being in unison; unisonant.

Univocal (a.) Having one meaning only; -- contrasted with equivocal.

Univocal (a.) Having unison of sound, as the octave in music. See Unison, n., 2.

Univocal (n.) Having always the same drift or tenor; uniform; certain; regular.

Univocal (n.) Unequivocal; indubitable.

Univocal (n.) A generic term, or a term applicable in the same sense to all the species it embraces.

Univocal (n.) A word having but one meaning.

Unsexual (a.) Not sexual; not proper or peculiar to one of the sexes.

Upheaval (n.) The act of upheaving, or the state of being upheaved; esp., an elevation of a portion of the earth's crust.

Urethral (a.) Of or pertaining to the urethra.

Uropodal (a.) Of or pertaining to a uropod.

Utopical (a.) Utopian; ideal.

Vaccinal (a.) Of or pertaining to vaccinia or vaccination.

Varietal (a.) Of or pertaining to a variety; characterizing a variety; constituting a variety, in distinction from an individual or species.

Venereal (a.) Of or pertaining to venery, or sexual love; relating to sexual intercourse.

Venereal (a.) Arising from sexual intercourse; as, a venereal disease; venereal virus or poison.

Venereal (a.) Adapted to the cure of venereal diseases; as, venereal medicines.

Venereal (a.) Adapted to excite venereal desire; aphrodisiac.

Venereal (a.) Consisting of, or pertaining to, copper, formerly called by chemists Venus.

Venereal (n.) The venereal disease; syphilis.

Vertical (a.) Of or pertaining to the vertex; situated at the vertex, or highest point; directly overhead, or in the zenith; perpendicularly above one.

Vertical (a.) Perpendicular to the plane of the horizon; upright; plumb; as, a vertical

Vertical (n.) Vertical position; zenith.

Vertical (n.) A vertical

Vesperal (a.) Vesper; evening.

Vicarial (a.) Of or pertaining to a vicar; as, vicarial tithes.

Vicarial (a.) Delegated; vicarious; as, vicarial power.

Virginal (a.) Of or pertaining to a virgin; becoming a virgin; maidenly.

Virginal (n.) An instrument somewhat resembling the spinet, but having a rectangular form, like the small piano. It had strings and keys, but only one wire to a note. The instrument was used in the sixteenth century, but is now wholly obsolete. It was sometimes called a pair of virginals.

Virginal (v. i.) To play with the fingers, as if on a virginal; to tap or pat.

Visceral (a.) Of or pertaining to the viscera; splanchnic.

Visceral (a.) Fig.: Having deep sensibility.

Visional (a.) Of or pertaining to a vision.

Vortical (a.) Of or pertaining to a vortex or vortexes; resembling a vortex in form or motion; whirling; as, a vortical motion.

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Mark McCracken

Author: Mark McCracken is a corporate trainer and author living in Higashi Osaka, Japan. He is the author of thousands of online articles as well as the Business English textbook, "25 Business Skills in English".

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