brumal

[ broo-muh l ]
/ ˈbru məl /

adjective

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Origin of brumal

First recorded in 1505–15, brumal is from the Latin word brūmālis of, pertaining to winter. See brume, -al1

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British Dictionary definitions for brumal

brumal
/ (ˈbruːməl) /

adjective

of, characteristic of, or relating to winter; wintry
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