corrival

[kuh-rahy-vuh l]

noun

a rival; competitor.

adjective

rival; competitive.

Nearby words

  1. corrigan's pulse,
  2. corrigan, mairead,
  3. corrigendum,
  4. corrigible,
  5. corrin,
  6. corroborant,
  7. corroborate,
  8. corroboration,
  9. corroborative,
  10. corroboree

Origin of corrival

First recorded in 1570–80, corrival is from the Latin word corrīvālis joint rival. See cor-, rival

Related formscor·ri·val·ry, noun

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British Dictionary definitions for corrival

corrival

noun, verb

a rare word for rival
Derived Formscorrivalry, noun

Word Origin for corrival

C16: from Old French, from Late Latin corrīvālis, from Latin com- together, mutually + rīvālis rival

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