[doo-kuh l, dyoo-] /ˈdu kəl, ˈdyu-/

of or relating to a or dukedom.
of or relating to a duke or duchy

late 15c., from Middle French ducal (15c.), from Late Latin ducalis, from Latin dux (genitive ducis); see duke (n.).


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