gestical

gestic

[jes-tik]
adjective
pertaining to bodily motions, especially in dancing.
Also, gestical.


Origin:
1755–65; obsolete gest deportment (< Middle French geste < Latin gestus movement of the limbs, performance, equivalent to ges-, variant stem of gerere (see gest) + -tus suffix of v. action) + -ic

nongestic, adjective
nongestical, adjective
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