Eldest is a related term of primal.
As adjectives the difference between eldest and primal
is that eldest
); greatest in age or seniority while primal
is being the first in time, or history.
(old); greatest in age or seniority.
(card games) Receiving cards from the dealer first, before any other players.
- eldest son
The normal superlative of old'' is oldest. The irregular form ''eldest is sometimes used with family members, but it is otherwise rare.
Being the first in time, or history.
Being of greatest importance; primary.
(meat trade) Being one of the pieces of meat initially separated from the carcass during butchering, prior to division into smaller cuts.
- primal man
* (first in time or history ): aboriginal, primaeval/primeval, primordial
* (being of greatest importance ): primary
* primal therapist
* primal therapy