Etymology
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pronominal (adj.)

"belonging to or of the nature of a pronoun," 1670s, from Late Latin pronominalis (Priscian) "pertaining to a pronoun," from Latin pronomen (see pronoun). Pronomial also is used in the same sense. Related: Pronominally.

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Definitions of pronominal
1
pronominal (n.)
a phrase that functions as a pronoun;
Synonyms: pronominal phrase
2
pronominal (adj.)
relating to pronouns;
pronominal reference
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