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Where, historically, the word comes from; for example: From Middle English word, from Old English word (word, speech, sentence, statement, command, order, subject of talk, story, news, report, fame, promise, verb), from Proto-Germanic *wurdą (word). Doublet verb.[1]


Mendicant • Pronunciation: men-di-kuh nt/ मेन्डकन्ट

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beggar, pauper, tramp


imperative, have, rich, permanent

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