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aestival

[ es-tuh-vuhl, e-stahy- or, especially British, ee-stuh-, ee-stahy- ]
/ ˈɛs tə vəl, ɛˈstaɪ- or, especially British, ˈi stə-, iˈstaɪ- /
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adjective
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OTHER WORDS FROM aestival

pre·aes·ti·val, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for aestival

aestival

US estival

/ (iːˈstaɪvəl, ˈɛstɪ-) /

adjective rare
of or occurring in summer

Word Origin for aestival

C14: from French, from Late Latin aestīvālis, from Latin aestās summer
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