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< French bannal < Medieval Latin bannalis (pertaining to compulsory feudal service, applied especially to mills, wells, overs, etc., used in common by people of the lower classes, upon the command of a feudal superior; hence, common, commonplace) < bannum (command, proclamation).

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Banal (comparative more banal or banaler, superlative most banal or banalest)

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Banal

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more banal or banaler

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most banal or banalest

  1. Common in a boring way, to the point of being predictable; containing nothing new or fresh.

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Banal m. [[Category:Patrono:Br nouns|Banal]]

  1. bramble
  2. broom (a plant, sp. Genista)

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Banal m. (f. Banale, m. plural Banals, f. plural Banales)

  1. banal

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Banal m. (f. Banale, m. plural banaux, f. plural Banales)

  1. (law) public

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From French banal

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Patrono:De-adj

  1. banal

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From Dutch banaal

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Banal

  1. banal

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Banal m. and f. (plural banales)

  1. banal

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Banal [[Category:{{[[Template:|{{{1}}}]]}} adjectives|Banal]]

  1. pious

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