gladial

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin gladius.

Pronunciation[edit]

Adjective[edit]

gladial

  1. Pertaining to swords.
    • 1974: Enderby thrust towards his backside and then felt pity. Enough was enough. He lunged half-heartedly instead at the one who had not yet received gladial attention. — Anthony Burgess, The Clockwork Testament