adjective com·i·tal \ˈkämətəl\

Definition of comital

  1. :  of, belonging to, or befitting a count or earl

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Origin and Etymology of comital

Medieval Latin comitalis, from comit-, comes count (from Latin, companion, overseer, official) + -alis -al — more at comes

First Known Use: 1942

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a brief usually trivial fact

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