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1. Etymology of the English word repose

the English word repose
using the English prefix re-
derived from the Latin prefix re-
derived from the English word pose
derived from the Old French word poser
derived from the Late Latin word pausare (pause; halt; cease)
derived from the Latin word pausa (cessation, end)
derived from the Greek word pausis, παῦσις (cessation)
derived from the Greek word pauein, παύειν (to stop (transitively or intransitively); restrain, quit, desist, come to an end)
derived from the Greek word pausein
derived from the Old French word reposer
derived from the Latin word repausare
using the Latin prefix re-
derived from the Late Latin word pausare (pause; halt; cease)
derived from the Latin word pausa (cessation, end)
derived from the Greek word pausis, παῦσις (cessation)
derived from the Greek word pauein, παύειν (to stop (transitively or intransitively); restrain, quit, desist, come to an end)
derived from the Greek word pausein

Derivations in English

reposal, reposeful, reposed, reposing

Usage

Word found in Modern English

2. Etymology of the English word repose

derived from the English word repose
derived from the Latin word reponere (put back; restore; store)
derived from the Latin word ponere (esteem, value, count; lay; found; put, lay down; put, place, set; specify, put down; cite)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *apo-
using the Latin prefix re-

Usage

Word found in Modern English



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