claustral

adjective
claus·​tral | \ ˈklȯ-strəl How to pronounce claustral (audio) \

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First Known Use of claustral

15th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for claustral

Middle English, from Medieval Latin claustralis, from claustrum cloister, from Latin, bar, bolt, confining space, from claudere

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