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From the Medieval Latin trīnālis.

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trinal (not comparable)

  1. (now rare) Having three parts; triple.
    • 1590, Edmund Spenser, The Faerie Queene, Book I, Canto XII, XXXIX, Google Books
      Like as it had bene many an Angels voice, // Singing before th’ eternall maiesty, // In their trinall triplicities on hye.
    • 1941, Henry Miller, The Wisdom of the Heart, Google Books
      The trinal division of body, mind and soul becomes a unity, a holy trinity. And with it the realization that one aspect of our nature cannot be exalted above another...

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