sacral definition by Webster's New World
of or for religious rites or observances
Origin: ; from Classical Latin sacrum, neuter of sacer, sacred plush -al
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of, or in the region of, the sacrum
Origin: Modern Latin sacralis: see sacrum and amp; -al
sacral definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Of, near, or relating to the sacrum.
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Relating to sacred rites or observances.
Origin: From Latin sacer, sacr-, sacred; see sacred.
sacral - Medical Definition
In the region of or relating to the sacrum.