See also: congé

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EnglishEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From French conge, from Latin congius

Alternative formsEdit

NounEdit

conge ‎(plural conges)

  1. (historical units of measure, obsolete) Synonym of congius: one-eighth amphora (about 7 fluid ounces)

Etymology 2Edit

Accentless form of congé, q.v.

NounEdit

conge ‎(plural conges)

  1. (architecture) Alternative form of congé: an apophyge or cavetto.
  2. Alternative form of congee: a leavetaking, a farewell, in various senses; a bow, curtsey, or other similar gesture, whether in farewell or not.

VerbEdit

conge ‎(third-person singular simple present conges, present participle congeing, simple past and past participle conged)

  1. Synonym of congee: to take leave, to bid farewell, in various senses; to bow, to curtsey, &c.

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