Definition of hymeneal in English:

hymeneal

adjective

literary
  • Of or concerning marriage.

    ‘hymeneal orgies’
    • ‘The ground was spread with leaves and flowers, and their musicians sung a hymeneal song to the tune of their flutes.’
    • ‘Is it so difficult to wait until you are out of the register office to exchange some home-made vows and a selection of inspiring hymeneal ditties?’
    • ‘For this reason he was invoked in the hymeneal songs.’
    matrimonial, marital, marriage, wedding, conjugal, connubial, bridal
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Origin

Early 17th century: from Latin hymenaeus, from Hymen (from Greek Humēn), the name of the god of marriage, + -al.

Pronunciation:

hymeneal

/ˌhʌɪmɪˈniːəl/