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ament (plural aments)

  1. A catkin or amentum.

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Particularly: “a- + mental or similar?”

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ament (plural aments)

  1. A congenital idiot.

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Ament

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Italian amento, Latin amentum.

NounEdit

ament m (plural amenți)

  1. (botany) catkin (a type of inflorescence)

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