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From Middle French stipende, from Latin stipendium (pay, stipend).

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stipend (plural stipends)

  1. A scholarship granted to a student.
  2. A fixed payment, generally small and occurring at regular intervals; a modest allowance.
    My stipend for doing public service is barely enough to cover living expenses.

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stipend (third-person singular simple present stipends, present participle stipending, simple past and past participle stipended)

  1. (now rare) To provide (someone) with a stipend.
    • 2002, Colin Jones, The Great Nation, Penguin 2003, p. 122:
      As well as enjoying links in the royal court, he was said to stipend some 200 individuals in the city of Paris to spread favourable news stories about himself.

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From Latin stipendium

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stipend n (definite singular stipendet, indefinite plural stipend or stipender, definite plural stipenda or stipendene)

  1. a scholarship (grant made to support a student's education)

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From Latin stipendium

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stipend n (definite singular stipendet, indefinite plural stipend, definite plural stipenda)

  1. a scholarship (grant, as above)

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