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binal

[ bahyn-l ]
/ ˈbaɪn l /
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adjective
double; twofold.
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Origin of binal

First recorded in 1650–60, binal is from the New Latin word bīnālis twin, double. See bin-, -al1
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British Dictionary definitions for binal

binal
/ (ˈbaɪnəl) /

adjective
twofold; double

Word Origin for binal

C17: from New Latin bīnālis; see bin-
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