Definition of sororal in English:

sororal

adjective

formal
  • Of or like a sister or sisters.

    ‘the sisters had kissed each other and exchanged some private sororal sentences’
    • ‘How do we tell if our relationship's sororal or sapphistical?’
    • ‘Both the brother and sister influence/interaction variables were included because, unlike in men, no clear fraternal or sororal birth order effect has yet been demonstrated in women.’
    • ‘It must be an exclusively religious, fraternal or sororal organization that is not operated for private profit.’
    • ‘Grassroots and religious institutions, fraternal, sororal and civil-rights organizations have been conspicuously silent.’
    • ‘The sororal comments are described as ‘filthy, puerile, and inane.’’

Origin

Mid 17th century: from Latin soror ‘sister’ + -al.

Pronunciation

sororal

/səˈrɔːr(ə)l/