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Definition of pointal

Pointal
Pointal Point"al, n. [From Point: cf. F. pointal an upright wooden prop, OF. pointille a prick or prickle.] 1. (Bot.) The pistil of a plant. 2. A kind of pencil or style used with the tablets of the Middle Ages. ``A pair of tablets [i. e., tablets] . . . and a pointel.' --Chaucer. 3. (Arch.) See Poyntel. [Obs. or R.]
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Poyntel Poyn"tel, n. [See Pointal.] (Arch.) Paving or flooring made of small squares or lozenges set diagonally. [Formerly written pointal.]

Meaning of pointal from wikipedia

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