- See binary. (Wiktionary)
- New Latin bīnālis, twin, from Latin bīnī, two by two; see dwo- in Indo-European roots. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Yonder magnificent astronomy he is at last to import, fetching away moon, and planet, solstice, period, comet and binal star, by comprehending their relation and law.”
“_Nueva R.vista de Buenos Ayres_, 1881), has been most thoroughly and conclusively refuted by Mr. Clements R. Markham, in the volume of the Hackluyt Society's Publications for 1883.] [Footnote 88: _R.binal-Achi, ou le Drame Ballet du Tun_, published as an appendix to the _Grammaire de la Langue Quiché_ (Paris, 1862).”
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