premedieval

premedieval

[pree-mee-dee-ee-vuhl, -med-ee-, -mid-ee-, pree-mee-dee-, pree-med-ee-, -mid-ee-, pree-mid-ee-vuhl]
adjective
prior to the Middle Ages.
Also, premediaeval.


Origin:
1855–60; pre- + medieval

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