adjective par·tile \ˈpärˌtīl\

Definition of partile

  1. 1 obsolete :  partial a partile not a total eclipse — John Harvey

  2. 2 :  exact to the same degree and minute or to the same degree —used of an astrological aspect

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Origin and Etymology of partile

Late Latin partilis divisible, partial, from Latin partire, partiri to divide + -ilis -ile — more at part

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