adjective sa·cral \ˈsa-krəl, ˈsā-\

Definition of SACRAL

:  of, relating to, or lying near the sacrum <the sacral region of the spinal cord>

First Known Use of SACRAL



adjective sa·cral \ˈsā-krəl, ˈsa-\

Definition of SACRAL

:  holy, sacred <sacral authority>

Origin of SACRAL

Latin sacr-, sacer — more at sacred
First Known Use: 1882


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