noun plural Etymology: Middle English responcioun response, sum to be paid, from Anglo-French or Medieval Latin; Anglo-French responsion, from Medieval Latin responsion-, responsio, from Latin, answer, from respondēre Date: 1813 an examination formerly required for matriculation as an undergraduate at Oxford

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