annal

annal

[an-l]
noun
1.
a record of events of a particular year: an annal of the year 753.
2.
a single record or entry in a historical chronicle: A later scribe has added to the annal.
3.
one of the periodic formal reports of an organization or learned field: The proceedings will be published as an Annal of the Academy.

Origin:
back formation from annals

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annal (ˈænəl)
 
n
See also annals the recorded events of one year

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annal
rare; sing. of annals (q.v.).
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