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From Medieval Latin comitālis, from comes (“count”). Doublet of comtal.
comital (comparative more comital, superlative most comital)
- Of or pertaining to a count or earl.
- Synonym: comtal
- 2004, Richard Ewing Barton, Lordship of the County of Maine, c. 890-1160, page 51:
- Comital charters for religious institutions provide important evidence for some aspects of comital lordship, especially the interconnection of landholding, justice, wealth, and military power.
of or pertaining to a count or earl
- OED 2nd edition 1989