tribunicial

adjective trib·u·ni·cial \¦tribyə¦nishəl\
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tribunitial

\¦tribyə¦nishəl\

Definition of tribunicial

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Origin and Etymology of tribunicial

Late Latin tribunicialis, tribunitialis, from Latin tribunicius, tribunitius tribunician + -alis -al


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