Etym
Etym \Et"ym\ ([e^]t"[i^]m), n. See {Etymon}. --H. F. Talbot. [1913 Webster]

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  • etym. — 1. etymological. 2. etymology. Also, etymol. * * * etym. or etymol., 1. etymological. 2. etymology. * * * abbr. ■ etymological ■ etymology …   Useful english dictionary

  • etym. — 1. etymological. 2. etymology. Also, etymol. * * * …   Universalium

  • etym — o (G). True; truth …   Dictionary of word roots and combining forms

  • ETYM — abbr. Etymology …   Dictionary of abbreviations

  • etym. — abbr. etymology …   Dictionary of abbreviations

  • etym. — or etymol. 1) ling. etymological 2) ling. etymology …   From formal English to slang

  • etym. — 1. etymological. 2. etymology. Also, etymol …   Australian English dictionary

  • etym — …   Useful english dictionary

  • etymic — etymˈic adjective • • • Main Entry: ↑etymon * * * etymic, a. (ɛˈtɪmɪk) [f. etym on + ic.] Of or pertaining to the etymon or primitive form of a word. In some mod. Dicts …   Useful english dictionary

  • etymol. — etym. or etymol., 1. etymological. 2. etymology …   Useful english dictionary

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