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predial

adjective pre·di·al \ˈprē-dē-əl\

Definition of PREDIAL

:  of or relating to land or its products

Origin of PREDIAL

Middle English prediall, from Medieval Latin praedialis, from Latin praedium landed property, from praed-, praes bondsman, from prae- + vad-, vas surety — more at wed
First Known Use: 15th century

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