Definition of Effigial

1. a. Relating to an effigy.



Definition of Effigial

1. Adjective. Relating to an effigy. ¹

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Definition of Effigial

1. resembling an effigy [adj] - See also: effigy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Effigial

efficacities
efficacity
efficacy
efficience
efficiencies
efficiency
efficiency apartment
efficiency engineer
efficiency expert
efficient
efficiently
efficientness
effierce
effierced
effierces
effigial (current term)
effigiate
effigiated
effigiates
effigiating
effigiation
effigiations
effigies
effigy
effigylike
effing and blinding
efflagitate
efflate
efflation

Literary usage of Effigial

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1. A Manual of British Archæology by Charles Boutell (1858)
"SEMI-effigial SLABS. When monumental effigies were introduced, they necessarily superseded the use of the great Christian ..."

2. The History, Architecture, and Antiquities of the Cathedral Church of St by James Graves (1857)
"A characteristic example of this class of monument is given on the accompanying plate, being the effigial altar-tomb supposed to have been intended to ..."

3. Journal by Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland (1858)
"The subject was a most important aud interesting one, and he hoped thnt this discussion would serve to elicit facts relative to dated effigial monuments all ..."

4. Archaeologia Cambrensis by Cambrian Archaeological Association, Donald Moore, Thomas Rowland Powel (1847)
"The arrangement, as to the priority of date of the simply crossed stones over the effigial ones, may perhaps be questioned. Certainly in Wales many crossed ..."

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