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A work in which the etymologies of words are given or discussed; an etymological dictionary.
Early 17th century; earliest use found in John Bingham (fl. c1616). From post-classical Latin etymologicon from Byzantine Greek ἐτυμολογικόν etymological dictionary, use as noun of neuter of ἐτυμολογικός.
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