momental

adjective mo·men·tal \mōˈmentəl\

Definition of momental

  1. 1 obsolete :  momentary 1a not one momental minute doth she swerve — Nicholas Breton

  2. 2 :  of or relating to moment or momentum

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Origin and Etymology of momental

probably from French, from Medieval Latin momentalis momentary, from (assumed) Late Latin (attested as momentaliter, adverb, in a moment), from Latin momentum moment + -alis -al


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