Pronunciation of Primal
/pɹˈa͡ɪmə͡l/, /pɹˈa‍ɪmə‍l/, /p_ɹ_ˈaɪ_m_əl/

Antonyms for primal:

late, unimportant, middle.

Synonyms for primal:

Other synonyms and related words:

paramount, primaeval, greatest, chief, sovereign, dominant, grand, leading, rudimentary, main, arch, supreme, aboriginal, prior, native, key, overbearing, cardinal, important, predominant, autochthonic, underlying, of import, profound, great, central, overriding, overmastering, ancient, principal, capital, big, pristine, master, preeminent, primitive, premier.

beginning (adjective)

infantile, preliminary, embryonic, inaugural, formative, genesis, original, sprouting, maiden, budding, infant, aboriginal, incipient, baby, hatching, beginning, starting, emerging, preparatory, foremost, fetal, precursory, early, nascent, alpha, primordial, new, Dawned, newborn, primeval, first, Commencing, introductory, germinal, initial.

earliest (adjective)


early (adjective)


in the beginning (adjective)


primeval; primary (adjective)

fundamental, original, principal, primordial, central, ancient, early, paramount, pristine, primitive, first, chief, aboriginal.

pure (adjective)

purebred, essential, elemental, unsullied, austere, honorable, guiltless, indivisible, untarnished, uncluttered, atomic, unadorned, prime, blameless, immaculate, sinless, basal, undefiled, clean, innocent, virtuous, fundamental, pure, faultless, Simon-pure, stainless, elementary, formative, foundational, undiluted, stark, unalloyed, clear, spotless, chaste, angelic, irreducible, plain, unblemished, monolithic, aboriginal, untainted, primary, bare, unadulterated, simple, decent, nascent, basic, white.

primal (noun)

important, primordial, primeval, key, early, aboriginal, primaeval, of import, cardinal, fundamental, central.

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