adjective tri·ver·bi·al \(ˈ)trī¦vərbēəl\

Definition of triverbial

  1. :  of or relating to the dies fasti

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Origin and Etymology of triverbial

tri- + Latin verbum word + English -ial; from the three words do (I grant), dico (I deliver), addico (I adjudge) used by praetors in court on the dies fasti — more at word

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