ducal

[ doo-kuhl, dyoo- ]
/ ˈdu kəl, ˈdyu- /

adjective

of or relating to a duke or dukedom.

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Origin of ducal

First recorded in 1485–95, ducal is from the Late Latin word ducālis of a leader. See duke, -al1

OTHER WORDS FROM ducal

un·du·cal, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for ducal

ducal
/ (ˈdjuːkəl) /

adjective

of or relating to a duke or duchy

Derived forms of ducal

ducally, adverb

Word Origin for ducal

C16: from French, from Late Latin ducālis of a leader, from dux leader
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