sur·​royal | \ ˌsər+\

Definition of surroyal

: one of the terminal tines above the royal antler of a stag or other large deer usually attained at the age of four years

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History and Etymology for surroyal

Middle English surryal, from sur- + ryal, royal tres-tine, royal antler

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