nemoral

adjective
nem·o·ral | \ˈnem(ə)rəl\

Definition of nemoral 

: of, relating to, or inhabiting a wood or grove

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History and Etymology for nemoral

Latin nemoralis, from nemor-, nemus wood, grove + -alis -al; akin to Greek nemos wooded pasture, glade, Sanskrit namas obeisance, namati he bends, bows

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