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vaticinal

[ vuh-tis-uh-nl ]
/ vəˈtɪs ə nl /
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adjective
of, relating to, or characterized by prophecy; prophetic.
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Origin of vaticinal

1580–90; <Latin vāticin(us) prophetic (vāticin(ārī) to prophesy + -us adj. suffix) + -al1; see vaticinate
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