ducally
adverb see ducal

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  • ducally — /dooh keuh lee, dyooh /, adv. 1. in the manner of or pertaining to a duke. 2. Heraldry. with a ducal coronet: a lion gules ducally gorged. [1815 25; DUCAL + LY] * * * …   Universalium

  • ducally — du·cal·ly …   English syllables

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  • Cheales — This interesting surname is of Anglo Saxon origin, and has two possible sources. Firstly, the surname may be locational from Cheal in Lincolnshire, which was recorded as Cegle in the Saxon Chartulary of 852, and as Ceila in the Domesday Book of… …   Surnames reference

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