adjective es·ti·val \ˈes-tə-vəl\

Definition of ESTIVAL

:  of or relating to the summer

Variants of ESTIVAL

es·ti·val also aes·ti·val \ˈes-tə-vəl\

Origin of ESTIVAL

Middle English, from Anglo-French or Latin; Anglo-French, from Latin aestivalis, from aestivus of summer, from aestas summer — more at edify
First Known Use: 14th century

Other Calendar Terms

antedate, gloaming, luster, sesquicentennial

Rhymes with ESTIVAL

Medical Dictionary


adjective es·ti·val

Medical Definition of ESTIVAL

:  of, relating to, or occurring in the summer

Variants of ESTIVAL

es·ti·val or aes·ti·val \ˈes-tə-vəl\


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