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primaveral

[ prahy-muh-veer-uhl ]
/ ˌpraɪ məˈvɪər əl /
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adjective
of, in, or pertaining to the early springtime: primaveral longings to sail around the world.
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Origin of primaveral

First recorded in 1815–25; from Spanish or Italian primaver(a) “spring” (also Portuguese, Provençal, Catalan; compare Latin prīmō vēre “in the early spring”; Romance -vera probably originally neuter plural construed as feminine, or re-formation as feminine noun) + -al1
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