noun met·i·cal \ˈme-ti-kəl\
plural met·i·cais \-(ˌ)kī\ also meticals

Definition of METICAL

— see money table

Origin of METICAL

Portuguese, miskal (a unit of weight in Muslim countries), from Arabic mithqāl
First Known Use: 1980

Rhymes with METICAL


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