astral

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Late Latin astralis, from Latin astrum ‎(star), from Ancient Greek ἄστρον ‎(ástron, star).

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astral ‎(comparative more astral, superlative most astral)

  1. Relating to or resembling the stars; starry.
    • John Dryden
      Some astral forms I must invoke by prayer.
  2. (biology) Relating to an aster.
    astral rays; astral sphere
  3. (parapsychology, theosophy) Relating to a supposed supersensible substance taking the form of an aura discernible to certain gifted individuals.

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Etymology[edit]

Late Latin astralis, from Latin astrum ‎(star), from Ancient Greek ἄστρον ‎(ástron, star).

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astral m (feminine singular astrale, masculine plural astraux, feminine plural astrales)

  1. astral

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astral m, f ‎(plural astrais, comparable)

  1. astral (relating to or resembling the stars)
  2. (parapsychology, theosophy) astral (relating to a supposed supersensible substance)

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  • (relating to or resembling the stars): estelar

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astral m (plural astrais)

  1. (informal, usually with alto or baixo) vibe (the atmosphere of a person or situation)

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Etymology[edit]

From Late Latin astrālis, from Latin astrum ‎(star).

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astral m, f ‎(plural astrales)

  1. astral

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