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manubial column

[ muh-noo-bee-uhl, -nyoo- ]
/ məˈnu bi əl, -ˈnyu- /
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noun
a triumphal column decorated with spoils of the enemy.
any triumphal or memorial column.
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Origin of manubial column

1840–50; <Latin manubiālis, equivalent to manubi(ae) spoils of war + -ālis-al1
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