|the quality of being untruthful, an instance of lying|
|the usual writ for the summoning of witnesses or the submission of evidence, as records or documents, before a court or other deliberative body.|
|1.||of, resembling, or suitable to a son or daughter: filial affection|
|2.||genetics F designating any of the generations following the parental generation; F1 indicates the first filial generation, F2 the second, etc|
|[C15: from Late Latin fīliālis, from Latin fīlius son]|
filial fil·i·al (fĭl'ē-əl)
Relating to the relationship of offspring to parents.
In genetics, relating to a generation or the sequence of generations following the parental generation.