As an adjective medieval
is medieval (of or relating to the middle ages).
As a noun rondel is
a metric form of verse using two rhymes, usually fourteen 8- to 10-syllable lines in three stanzas, with the first lines of the first stanza returning as refrain of the next two.
* mediaeval, (used for archaizing effect although non-contemporary), medireview (autocorrected misspelling)
Of or relating to the Middle Ages, the period from about 500 to about 1500.
Having characteristics associated with the Middle Ages.
Someone living in the Middle Ages.
A medieval example (of something aforementioned or understood from context).
* Thank God for modern remedies, the medievals were often useless or even harmful.
* rondelle (uncommon in the musical or poetic senses)
* (dagger) roundel
A metric form of verse using two rhymes, usually fourteen 8- to 10-syllable lines in three stanzas, with the first lines of the first stanza returning as refrain of the next two.
A poem in the above form.
The verse form rondeau.
A poem in the above rondeau form.
A rondelle, (small) circular object.
A long thin medieval dagger with a circular guard and a circular pommel (hence the name).
A small round tower erected at the foot of a bastion.