One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Completely, perfectly, in every point; to perfection.
Perfectly correct or precise, especially in matters of dress or appearance; scrupulous, neat, fastidious.
Late Middle English (in an earlier sense). Apparently from point + device, at first in the phrase at point device, perhaps after Anglo-Norman en poynt devis, probably ‘on the appointed square (in the game of chess)’, in which devis apparently shows the adjective devis (either from classical Latin dīvīsum, past participle of dīvidere, or from Anglo-Norman and Old French deviser).
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