of, from, or as though from the heavens or the sky; celestial, heavenly, or divine
Origin of supernalLate Middle English from Middle French from Classical Latin supernus, upper from super, above: see super-
- Celestial; heavenly.
- Of, coming from, or being in the sky or high above.
Origin of supernalMiddle English from Old French from Latin supernus ; see uper in Indo-European roots.
(comparative more supernal, superlative most supernal)
From Old French supernel or Medieval Latin supernÄlis, from Latin supernus.