feal

[ feel ]
/ fil /

adjective

Archaic. faithful; loyal.

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Origin of feal

1550–60; < Old French feal; see fealty

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British Dictionary definitions for feal

feal
/ (fiːl) /

adjective

an archaic word for faithful

Word Origin for feal

C16: from Old French feeil, from Latin fidēlis
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