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Definition of the adjective Natalitial

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  1. [rare] Pertaining to a birthday.

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Google previewThe Endangered English Dictionary: Bodacious Words Your Dictionary Forgot (1997)

by David Grambs

multivolent natalitial multivolent (mul-TIV-o-lent) of many minds a woefully multivolent and ineffectual committee mundicidious (mun-di-SID-ee-us) world- destroying the spectre of mundicidious ecocide mundify (MUN-di-fy) to cleanse or purify to mundify everything in the sickroom mundivagant (mun-DIV-a-gant) wandering over the world the tale of a mundivagant adventurer mundungus (mun -DUNG-us) bad-smelling tobacco clothes reeking of mundungus munerary ( MYOO-ner-er-ee) ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the English Language ... Abridged from the Rev. H. J. Todd's ... enlarged quarto edition, by A. Chalmers (1820)

by Samuel Johnson

NATALITIAL. m. [natalitius, Lat.]. Given at the day of one's nativity; consecrated to the nativity of a person. Evelyn. - - NATALS. n.s. pl. Time and place of nativity§§ - NATAPI' 6&. m. s. [natatio, Lat.] The act of swimming. Brown. - - Nyoro Y. a. Enabling to swim. BritTrit. NATCH. n.s.. [corrupted o from notch.] That part of the ox which lies near the tail or rump, between the two loins. Marshall. NATHLESS. ad sna, Sax. that is, not the less.] Nevertheless. Spenser. NATHMöRE ad, foa the more.

Google previewA Comprehensive Dictionary of the World (1992)

Natalitial, na-lal-isli-al, } (Lat.) Pertain- Natalitjous, na-lal-isk -us, \ a' ing to one's birth or birth-day ; given at the day of one's nativity ; consecrated to one's nativity. Natals, na'-tals, s. pi. Time and place of nativity. — Seldom used. Natant, nd-tant, a. (Lat.) In botany, swimming ; floating on the surface of water. Natantes, na-tan- teez, ...

Google previewEnglish Dictionary (1835)

by Samuel Johnson

NATALITIAL", nā-ālish-ál. g. [ natalitius ...

Google previewAn Etymological Dictionary of the English Language (1854)

by John Oswald

Natal, natalitial, nation, native, naturaJ nature. Nascor. Naufrage. Navis; frango. Naulage. Navis. Naumachy. Navis; mackomau Nauscopy. Navis; sropeo. Nausea, nauseous. Nausea. Nautic, nautilus. Nauta. Navarch. Navis f arehe. Navicular.

Google previewJohnson's English Dictionary (1834)

by Samuel Johnson

NATALITIAL", na-tá-lish-āl, a [natolitius, Lat.] Given at the day of one's nativity; consecrated to the nativity of a person. Erown. NATALS", na-tälz. n.s. pl. Time and place of nativity.

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