adminicular

adjective ad·mi·nic·u·lar \¦ad-mə-¦ni-kyə-lər\
variants: less commonly

adminiculary

\¦ad-mə-¦ni-kyə-ˌler-ē\

Definition of adminicular

  1. :  supplying help :  auxiliary, corroborative adminicular evidence

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Origin and Etymology of adminicular

Latin adminiculum + English -ar or -ary


First Known Use: 1660


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