Origin of corrivalClassical Latin corrivalis: see com- and amp; rival
Origin of corrivalFrench, from Latin corr&imacron;v&amacron;lis : com-, intensive pref.; see com– + r&imacron;v&amacron;lis, rival; see rival.
(comparative more corrival, superlative most corrival)
- Having rivaling claims; emulous; in rivalry.
(third-person singular simple present corrivals, present participle corrivalling, simple past and past participle corrivalled)
- To compete with; to rival