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vir·gin·al

(vĭr'ji-năl),
1. Relating to a virgin.
2. Synonym(s): virgin (2)
[L. virginalis]

vir·gin·al

(vĭr'ji-năl)
1. Relating to or having the characteristics of a virgin.
2. Synonym(s): virgin (2) .
[L. virginalis]

virginal

(vĕr′jĭn-ăl) [L. virgo, a maiden]
Rel. to a virgin or to virginity.
References in classic literature ?
The leaves and flowers were clean and virginal. The grass was young velvet.
Young Woman Seated at the Virginals was the first piece by the Dutch Old Master to be put up for sale in more than 80 years.
The centre of attention will be a near400 year-old painting entitled Young Woman Seated At The Virginals, a work which has languished in obscurity for much of the 20th century and about which a bitter dispute has raged over its origin.
4) focuses on the role of the gentry as patrons and performers, especially on fashionable instruments like virginals, lutes, gitterns, and bandoras.
1700), and a virginals by Grant O'Brien, after Joannes Ruckers (1598).
He was one of the first composers to write songs for solo voice with an instrumental accompaniment (he used the consort of viols for that purpose, rather than lute or virginals).