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Supernal

su·per·nal adj.

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Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French supernel, from Latin supernus, from super over, above
Date: 15th century
1. Pertaining to things above; celestial, heavenly [opposite of infernal] 
Tags: adjective, latin, s
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