(pûr′sə-nā′lē-ə, -nāl′yə)
1. Personal allusions or references.
2. Personal belongings or affairs.

[Latin persōnālia, neuter pl. of persōnālis, relating to a person; see personality.]
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pl n
the accoutrements, concerns, or intimations that are personal to one
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