Vandalic


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Van·dal

 (văn′dl)
n.
1. vandal One who willfully or maliciously defaces or destroys public or private property.
2. A member of a Germanic people that overran Gaul, Spain, and northern Africa in the fourth and fifth centuries ad and sacked Rome in 455.

[Latin Vandalus, Vandal, probably of Germanic origin.]

Van·dal′ic (văn-dăl′ĭk) adj.
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Vandalic

[vænˈdælɪk] ADJvándalo, vandálico
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