custumal

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custumal

(ˈkʌstjʊməl)
n, adj
another word for customary2, customary3
[C16: from Medieval Latin custumālis relating to custom]
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customal, they might evolve into something different in the future.
Epstein: "Simon Levi Ginzburg's illustrated customal of Venice, 1593 and its travels," Proceedings of the Fifth World Congress of Jewish Studies 4 (1973); Chone Shmeruk: "Haiyurim min haminhagim beyidish Venitzia 1593," Studies in Bibliography and Booklore 15 (1984); Chone Shmeruk: Haiyurim lesifrei yidish bameot ha 16-17 (Jerusalem: Akademon, 1986); Chone Shmeruk: "Reshimah kronologit shel hamahadurot beyidish shel haminhagim shel Shimon Halevi Ginzburg ad 1800: Haiyurim min haminhagim beyidish (Venitzia 1593)," Studies in Bibliography and Booklore 15 (1984).
The specification identifies 'all known documentary references to dramatic, secular musical, and ceremonial or customal performances before 1642 within the boundaries of historic Somerset' (i, 594).
(28) Another common distinction made by legal historians, namely, learned versus popular elements of culture, similarly does not quite hold in the context of medieval justice inasmuch as in the medieval period 'royal legislation, canon law, customals, and urban statutes existed side by side, each one created and affected by a different social group and expressing a different facet of contemporary culture'.