Complete Definition of "medieval"

English
wikipedia

Etymology
L., medium aevum (âmiddle ageâ).

Alternative spellings
mediaeval (rarely; mainly British)
mediæval (very rarely)

Adjective
medieval

  1. Of or relating to the Middle Ages, perhaps AD 650 to 1550.

Derived terms
medievalist

Translations
trans-top|of or relating to the Middle Ages
Catalan: medieval
Czech: stÅedovÄký m
Dutch: middeleeuws, middeleeuwse
French: médiéval m, médiévale f, médiévaux m|p, médiévales f|p
German: mittelalterlich
Italian: medievale m and f
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Latin: mediaevalis
Russian: ÑÑедневековÑй /sr'edn'ev'ekóvyj/
Spanish: medieval
Swedish: medeltida
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Revision and Credits for"medieval"
  • 2007-11-07 14:28 - AutoFormat - gender -{{m}} {{p}}, [[médiévales]] {{f}} {{p}} +{{m|p}}, [[médiévales]] {{f|p}}, trans link [[Catalan]]

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