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hebdomadal

[ heb-dom-uh-dl ]
/ hɛbˈdɒm ə dl /
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adjective

taking place, coming together, or published once every seven days; weekly: hebdomadal meetings; hebdomadal groups; hebdomadal journals.

noun

a weekly magazine, newspaper, etc.Compare diurnal (def. 7).

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Origin of hebdomadal

From the Late Latin word hebdomadālis, dating back to 1605–15. See hebdomad, -al1

OTHER WORDS FROM hebdomadal

heb·dom·a·dal·ly, adverb
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British Dictionary definitions for hebdomadal

hebdomadal

hebdomadary (hɛbˈdɒmədərɪ, -drɪ)

/ (hɛbˈdɒmədəl) /

adjective

a rare word for weekly

Derived forms of hebdomadal

hebdomadally, adverb
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