One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
That which is commanded; a commandment or order (usually written); (Scottish) a formal authorization for one person to act on behalf of another.
Middle English; earliest use found in The Chronicle of Robert of Gloucester. From Anglo-Norman mandement, maundement, Old French mandement from mander + -ment.
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