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EtymologyEdit

From the phrase "the real Simon Pure", from the character Simon Pure (who is impersonated by another, and obliged to prove his identity) in Susanna Centlivre's 1717 play A Bold Stroke for a Wife.

AdjectiveEdit

simon-pure ‎(not comparable)

  1. Absolutely pure.
  2. genuine; real; authentic

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