Origin of annal
Examples from the Web for annal
Dr. Grubitz has suggested this view of the Annal of 755, in which there is a fight in a Saxon castle (burh).Anglo-Saxon Literature|John Earle
The names of five hanged on the same day at Pomfret are given in Annal.The Bruce|John Barbour
There was no annal in the family letters of his name, although other rejected suitors were mentioned freely.A Dozen Ways Of Love|Lily Dougall
From the romance to the annal, the observation holds good; it is an inalienable landmark, and of inviolable unanimity.The Round Towers of Ireland|Henry O'Brien
See what Tacitus says of Nero in regard to this point, Annal.
British Dictionary definitions for annal
Word Origin and History for annal
rare singular of annals (q.v.).