imaginal

[ih-mey-guh-nl, ih-mah-]

Origin of imaginal

1875–80; < New Latin imāgin-, stem of imāgō imago + -al1
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imaginal

adjective
  1. of, relating to, or resembling an imago
  2. of or relating to an image
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