noun tem·po·ra·le \ˌtempəˈrā(ˌ)lē\

Definition of temporale



  1. :  a part of the breviary and missal that contains the daily offices of the ecclesiastical year — compare sanctorale

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Origin and Etymology of temporale

Medieval Latin, from Latin, neuter of temporalis temporal (of time) — more at temporal

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a brief usually trivial fact

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