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EtymologyEdit

From Old French alienacion, from Latin alienationem, accusative singualr of aliēnātiōnem; equivalent to alienen +‎ -acioun.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /aːliəˈnaːsiuːn/, /aːliəˈnaːsjuːn/, /aːliəˈnaːsjun/

NounEdit

alienacioun (plural alienaciouns)

  1. The removal of a person's possessions or privileges.
  2. (rare) Madness or crazedness; lack or loss of mental sanity.
  3. (rare) Renouncement or separation; a split between two parties.

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