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Etymology

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Borrowed from Middle French cursif, from Medieval Latin cursīvus, from Latin cursus.

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Adjective

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A letter written in a cursive hand

cursive (comparative more cursive, superlative most cursive)

  1. Running; flowing.
  2. (of writing) Having successive letters joined together.
  3. (grammar) Of or relating to a grammatical aspect relating to an action that occurs in a straight line (in space or time).

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Noun

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cursive (countable and uncountable, plural cursives)

  1. (countable) A cursive character, letter or font.
  2. (countable) A manuscript written in cursive characters.
  3. (uncountable) Joined-up handwriting.

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French

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Pronunciation

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Noun

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cursive f (plural cursives)

  1. cursive letter

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cursive

  1. feminine singular of cursif

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