indicial

adjective in·di·cial \ (ˈ)in¦dishəl , ənˈd- \

Definition of indicial

1 :of, relating to, or having the nature of an indication :indicative
  • a remark indicial of their pride
2
[Latin indic-, index index finger, index + English -ial]
a :of, relating to, or having the nature of an index
  • an indicial glossary
b :of or relating to the index finger

indicially

\-shəlē\ adverb

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Origin and Etymology of indicial

indicia + -al


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