Modern term denoting anything relating to a count or an earl. [< Lat. comes = an attendant or companion] -

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  • comital — adjective of or pertaining to a count or earl …   Wiktionary

  • comital — [ kɒmɪt(ə)l] adjective chiefly historical relating to a count or earl. Origin C19: from med. L. comitalis, from comes, comit a count …   English new terms dictionary

  • comital — com·i·tal …   English syllables

  • comital — ˈkäməd.əl adjective Etymology: Medieval Latin comitalis, from comit , comes count (from Latin, companion, overseer, official) + alis al more at comes : of, belonging to, or befitting a count or earl …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Adlercreutz (comital family) — The Swedish comital family Adlercreutz is a part of the baronial family Adlercreutz. The general of the Swedish cavalry, cabinet minister and adjutant general Carl Johan Adlercreutz (1757 1815), who had been created a Swedish baron 30 August 1808 …   Wikipedia

  • vice-comital — …   Useful english dictionary

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