archive
I. noun Etymology: French & Latin; French, from Latin archivum, from Greek archeion government house (in plural, official documents), from archē rule, government — more at arch- Date: 1603 1. a place in which public records or historical documents are preserved; also the material preserved — often used in plural 2. a repository or collection especially of information II. transitive verb (archived; archiving) Date: 1855 to file or collect in or as if in an archive <
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