pre-estival

estival

[es-tuh-vuhl, e-stahy-vuhl]
adjective
pertaining or appropriate to summer.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English < Late Latin aestīvālis, equivalent to Latin aestīv(us) of or relating to summer + -ālis -al1

preestival, adjective
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estival (iːˈstaɪvəl, ˈɛstɪ-)
 
adj
the usual US spelling of aestival

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estival es·ti·val (ěs'tə-vəl)
adj.
Relating to or occurring in the summer.

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