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mortal

 [mor´t'l]
1. destined to die.
2. fatal.

mor·tal

(mōr'tăl),
1. Pertaining to or causing death.
2. Destined to die.
[L. mortalis, fr. mors, death]

mortal

/mor·tal/ (mor´t'l)
1. subject to death, or destined to die.
2. fatal.

mortal

Etymology: L, mortalis, perishable
1 subject to death.
2 causing death.

mor·tal

(mōr'tăl)
1. Pertaining to or causing death.
2. Destined to die.
[L. mortalis, fr. mors, death]

mortal

1. destined to die.
2. causing or terminating in death; fatal.
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