primaveral

adjective
pri·ma·ve·ral | \¦prīmə¦virəl\

Definition of primaveral 

: of or relating to early spring took full advantage of the primaveral weatherTime

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History and Etymology for primaveral

Spanish, from primavera spring + -al (from Latin -alis -al)

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