decanal

decanal

[dek-uh-nl, dih-keyn-l]
adjective
of or pertaining to a dean or deanery: decanal responsibilities.

Origin:
1700–10; < Late Latin decān(us) dean1 + -al1

decanally, decanically [dih-kan-ik-lee] , adverb
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decanal (dɪˈkeɪnəl)
 
adj
1.  of or relating to a dean or deanery
2.  (of part of a choir) on the same side of a cathedral, etc, as the dean; on the S side of the choir
 
[C18: from Medieval Latin decānālis, decānusdean]
 
de'canally
 
adv
 
decanically
 
adv

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