Vindical meaning

(obsolete, rare) Eager to punish; vindicative.
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Origin of vindical

  • From the Medieval Latin vindicālis (“avenging”, “punishing”, “vengeful”, “vindictive”), from the Classical Latin vindex (“avenger”, “punisher”, “revenger”) +‎ -ālis (suffix forming adjectives of relationship).

    From Wiktionary