noun py·ram·i·dale \pə̇ˌraməˈda(ˌ)lē, ˌpirəmə̇ˈd-, -dā(-, -dä(-\

Definition of pyramidale



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Origin and Etymology of pyramidale

New Latin, short for os pyramidale pyramidal bone, from Latin os bone + Medieval Latin pyramidale, neuter of pyramidalis pyramidal — more at osseous

First Known Use: 1826

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to criticize severely

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