vaticinal

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adjective va·tic·i·nal \və-ˈti-sə-nəl, va-\

Definition of vaticinal

Origin and Etymology of vaticinal

Latin vāticinus “revealing the future, prophetic“ (adjective derivative of vāticinārī “to make divinely inspired predictions, prophesy”) + 1-al — more at vaticinate


First Known Use: 1586

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