paginal

[paj-uh-nl]

Origin of paginal

First recorded in 1640–50, paginal is from the Late Latin word pāginālis of, belonging to a page. See page1, -al1
Related formsun·pag·i·nal, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for paginal

paginal

adjective
  1. page-for-pagepaginal facsimile
  2. of, like, or consisting of pages

Word Origin for paginal

C17: from Late Latin pāginālis, from Latin pāgina page
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