Definition of edictal in English:

edictal

adjective

  • See edict

    • ‘The edicta are enumerated by Gaius among the sources of Roman law, and this part of the Roman law is sometimes called in the Pandect, Jus Honorarium, apparently because the edictal power belonged to those magistrates only who had the honores, and not so much ad honorem praetorum.’
    • ‘He discusses the edictal words "or has not provided the means by which he might be sued."’

Pronunciation

edictal

/ɪˈdɪkt(ə)l/