versicular

adjective
ver·sic·u·lar | \ˌvər-ˈsi-kyə-lər \

Definition of versicular 

: of or relating to verses or versicles

First Known Use of versicular

1812, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for versicular

Latin versiculus versicle + -ar

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