dividual

adjective di·vid·u·al \də̇ˈvijəwəl\

Definition of dividual

  1. 1 archaic :  separate, distinct

  2. 2 archaic :  divisible, divided

  3. 3 archaic :  divided among or shared by a number the moon … her reign with thousand lesser lights dividual holds — John Milton

dividually

adverb, archaic

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Origin and Etymology of dividual

Latin dividuus (from dividere to divide) + English -al — more at divide


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