saturnal

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From Latin saturnalis, itself from the Roman god Saturnus + -alis '-al'

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saturnal (not comparable)

  1. (mythology, astrology) Of or pertaining to the Ancient Roman god Saturn or to the corresponding planetary entity in astrology.
    • 2004, Mantak Chia and Dirk Oellibrandt, Taoist Astral Healing: Chi Kung Healing Practices Using Star and Planet Energies, ISBN 9780892810895, p. 92:
      This increased period extends in the trans-Saturnal sphere of Uranus, Neptune and Pluto.

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saturnal m, f (plural saturnales)

  1. saturnal