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Etymology of the English word magazine

the English word magazine
derived from the French word magasin
derived from the Italian word magazzino
derived from the Arabic word makhazin
derived from the Arabic word makhzan
derived from the Arabic word khazana
derived from the Arabic word makhāzin
derived from the Arabic word makhzan
derived from the Arabic word khazana
derived from the Arabic word maḵzan
derived from the French word magazin
derived from the Italian word magazzino
derived from the Arabic word makhazin
derived from the Arabic word makhzan
derived from the Arabic word khazana
derived from the Arabic word makhāzin
derived from the Arabic word makhzan
derived from the Arabic word khazana
derived from the Arabic word maḵzan

Date

The earliest known usage of magazine in English dates from the 16th century.

Derivations in English

fanzine, magazinist, newsmagazine, magazined, magazining

Cognates

Dutch magazijn, French magasin, German Magazin, Italian magazzino, Norwegian magasin, Swedish magasin

Usage

Word found in Modern English



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