Transumpt
Transumpt Tran*sumpt", n. [L. transumere, transumptum, to take from one to another, in LL., to transcribe. See {Transume}.] A copy or exemplification of a record; a transcript. [Obs.] --Lord Herbert. [1913 Webster]

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  • transumpt — tran·sumpt …   English syllables

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  • transume — /tran sūmˈ, trän , zūmˈ/ transitive verb (obsolete) To transcribe officially ORIGIN: L trān(s)sūmere to transcribe, from sūmere to take • • • transumpt / sumtˈ/ noun A copy of a legal document transumption / sumˈshən/ noun 1. Transcription 2.… …   Useful english dictionary

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