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Etymology of the English word literally

the English word literally
derived from the English word literal
derived from the Old French word literal
derived from the Latin word litteralis (belonging, pertaining to writing, letters)
derived from the Humanistic Latin word littera (letter; letter, epistle)
derived from the Etruscan word littera
derived from the Greek word diphthera, διφθέρα, διϕϑέρα (skin, leather, hide)
derived from the Latin word literalis
derived from the Humanistic Latin word littera (letter; letter, epistle)
derived from the Etruscan word littera
derived from the Greek word diphthera, διφθέρα, διϕϑέρα (skin, leather, hide)
using the English suffix -ly

Derivations in English

ca'canny, crusado, cruzado, lodestar



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