Definition of monastical in English:

monastical

adjective

rare
  • Designating, relating to, or characteristic of the monastic life or a person who lives such a life; monastic. In early use: specifically †solitary, eremitic (obsolete).

Origin

Late Middle English; earliest use found in Reply Friar Daw Topias. From post-classical Latin monasticus monastic + -al; compare -ical. Compare post-classical Latin monasticalis (in an isolated attestation in an undated life of Peter of Cluny).

Pronunciation

monastical

/məˈnastɪkl/