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cibarial

adjective ci·bar·i·al \sə̇ˈba(a)rēəl\

Definition of cibarial

  1. :  relating to food

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Origin and Etymology of cibarial

Latin cibarius of food (from cibus food, fodder, perhaps of Greek origin; akin to dialect Greek kibba fodder bag) + English -al


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cibarial

adjective ci·bar·i·al \"\

Definition of cibarial

  1. 1 :  relating to the cibarium

  2. 2 :  cibarian

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Origin and Etymology of cibarial

New Latin cibarium + English -al


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