Definition of trabal
1 : of or relating to a beam : large or diverging like a beam
2 [New Latin trabalis, from trabs (cerebri) corpus callosum, literally, cerebral beam + Latin -alis -al] : of or relating to the corpus callosum : callosal
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Origin and Etymology of trabal
Latin trabalis, from trabs, trabes beam + -alis -al — more at thorp
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