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Etymology of the English word disparlure

the English word disparlure
derived from the New Latin word dispar (unequal, disparate, unlike)
using the Latin prefix dis-
derived from the Latin word par (balanced, level; S:even; corresponding in degree, proportionate, commensurate; equal in power, prestige, importance; equal, counterpart; companion; equal; a match for; of equal size; mate, spouse, partner; measuring up, adequate, matching; pair, set of two; conjugal pair)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *perÉ™-
derived from the New Latin word lure


Word found in Modern English

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