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EtymologyEdit

From Modern Latin sacralis, from Latin sacrum (sacred, holy) +‎ -alis.

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  • IPA(key): /ˈseɪkɹəl/, /ˈsækɹəl/

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sacral (comparative more sacral, superlative most sacral)

  1. (anatomy) Of the sacrum.
  2. Sacred.
    • 2005, Richard Oliver Collin, Revolutionary scripts: the politics of writing systems
      Compromise is awkward when religion is involved, and the several South Asian writing systems are considered sacral.

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sacral (plural sacrals)

  1. Any of the sacral bones that make up the sacrum.

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sacral (feminine singular sacrale, masculine plural sacraux, feminine plural sacrales)

  1. sacral (clarification of this definition is needed)

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sacral (plural sacrales)

  1. sacral (sacred)
    Synonyms: sagrado, sacro

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