9-letter words that end in al

  • arational — Not based on or governed by reason.
  • arboviral — caused by an arbovirus
  • archaical — Archaic form of archaic.
  • archducal — of or relating to an archduke, archduchess, or archduchy
  • archrival — a chief rival
  • arsenical — of or containing arsenic
  • artifical — Misspelling of artificial.
  • artisanal — pertaining to or noting a person skilled in an applied art: The men were taught artisanal skills such as bricklaying and carpentry.
  • ascetical — a person who dedicates his or her life to a pursuit of contemplative ideals and practices extreme self-denial or self-mortification for religious reasons.
  • aspectual — of or relating to grammatical aspect
  • asphyxial — the extreme condition caused by lack of oxygen and excess of carbon dioxide in the blood, produced by interference with respiration or insufficient oxygen in the air; suffocation.
  • astomatal — having no stoma
  • atemporal — having the quality of being uninfluenced, ungoverned or unchanged by time
  • auctorial — of or relating to an author
  • auspicial — of or relating to auspices: auspicial rites.
  • authorial — Authorial means relating to the author of something such as a book or play.
  • auto-dial — a telephone device that makes possible a service feature (au·to-dial) whereby a call is automatically made in response to a brief input signal from the user, as the pressing of a button.
  • autocidal — (of insect pest control) effected by the introduction of sterile or genetically altered individuals into the wild population
  • autosomal — any chromosome other than a sex chromosome.
  • avifaunal — Of or pertaining to avifauna.
  • away goal — a goal scored by a team playing away from its home ground. Away goals count for more than home goals in certain competitions
  • azimuthal — Astronomy, Navigation. the arc of the horizon measured clockwise from the south point, in astronomy, or from the north point, in navigation, to the point where a vertical circle through a given heavenly body intersects the horizon.
  • b special — a member of a part-time largely Protestant police force formerly functioning in Northern Ireland
  • bacchanal — a follower of Bacchus
  • bacchical — Of or relating to Bacchus; hence, jovial, or riotous,with intoxication.
  • backpedal — to press backward on the pedals of a bicycle, as to brake
  • bacterial — Bacterial is used to describe things that relate to or are caused by bacteria.
  • baptismal — Baptismal means relating to or connected with baptism.
  • baritonal — of or relating to a baritone
  • basilical — royal, regal
  • basipetal — (of leaves and flowers) produced in order from the apex downwards so that the youngest are at the base
  • betrothal — A betrothal is an agreement to be married.
  • bi-annual — occurring twice a year; semiannual.
  • bicameral — (of a legislature) consisting of two chambers
  • bicipital — having two heads
  • bicoastal — Someone or something that is bicoastal lives or occurs on both the east coast and the west coast of the U.S.
  • biconical — an object shaped like two cones with their bases together.
  • bigeminal — happening in pairs
  • bilateral — Bilateral negotiations, meetings, or agreements, involve only the two groups or countries that are directly concerned.
  • bilingual — Bilingual means involving or using two languages.
  • biliteral — consisting of two letters
  • binominal — of or denoting the binomial nomenclature
  • biohermal — a carbonate rock formation, in the form of an ancient reef or hummock, consisting of the fossilized remains of corals, algae, mollusks, and other sedentary marine life, and commonly surrounded by rock of a different lithology.
  • biosocial — relating to the interaction of biological and social elements
  • biradical — a molecule with two centres
  • blastemal — of or relating to blastema
  • bone meal — Bone meal is a substance made from animal bones which is used as a fertilizer.
  • botanical — Botanical books, research, and activities relate to the scientific study of plants.
  • botulinal — of or relating to the bacterium Clostridium botulinum
  • branchial — of or relating to the gills of an aquatic animal, esp a fish
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