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custumal

[ kuhs-choo-muhl ]
/ ˈkʌs tʃʊ məl /
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noun
a customary.
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Origin of custumal

1375–1425; 1560–70 for current sense; late Middle English (as adj.) <Medieval Latin custumālis, a Latinization of Old French costumel customary, usual, equivalent to costumecustom + -el-al1
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British Dictionary definitions for custumal

custumal
/ (ˈkʌstjʊməl) /

noun, adjective

Word Origin for custumal

C16: from Medieval Latin custumālis relating to custom
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