paginal

adjective pag·i·nal \ˈpajənəl\

Definition of paginal

  1. 1 :  of, relating to, or referring to a page (as of a book) each subject in the index has a paginal reference to the section of the book where it is treated in full

  2. 2 :  consisting of pages; especially :  consisting of one page after another a pirated edition that is a paginal reprint of the original

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Origin and Etymology of paginal

Late Latin paginalis, from Latin pagina page + -alis -al — more at page


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