Etymology
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lachrymal (adj.)

also lachrimal, lacrymal, early 15c., from Medieval Latin lacrimalis "pertaining to tears," from Latin lacrima, lacryma "a tear" (see lachrymose). The corrupted spelling with -ch- began in Medieval Latin. Hence French larme, Spanish lagrima "a tear," French larmoyer "to shed tears."

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Definitions of lachrymal

lachrymal (adj.)
of or relating to tears;
Synonyms: lacrimal
lachrymal (adj.)
relating to or located near the organ that produces tears;
Synonyms: lacrimal
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