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From septum +‎ -al.

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septal (not comparable)

  1. (anatomy, biology, relational) Of or pertaining to a septum.
  2. (archaeology, of a stone or slab) Separating compartments in a burial chamber.
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Etymology 2 edit

From sept +‎ -al.

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septal (not comparable)

  1. (relational) Relating to an Irish clan or sept.
    • 1878, Standish James O'Grady, History of Ireland: The Heroic Period, volume 1, page 46:
      [] and in Ireland it so happened, that these four families emerged victorious out of the septal struggles.

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septal m or f (masculine and feminine plural septales)

  1. (anatomy) septal

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