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Etymology of the English word reproval

the English word reproval
derived from the English word reprove
using the English prefix re-
derived from the Latin prefix re-
derived from the English word prove
derived from the English word proven
derived from the Old French word prover
derived from the Latin word probare (approve , esteem, commend; let; show to be real, true)
derived from the Latin word proba (proof; evidence)
derived from the Latin word probare (approve , esteem, commend; let; show to be real, true)
derived from the Latin word proba (proof; evidence)
derived from the Latin word probare (approve , esteem, commend; let; show to be real, true)
derived from the Latin word proba (proof; evidence)
derived from the Latin word probare (approve , esteem, commend; let; show to be real, true)
derived from the Latin word proba (proof; evidence)
derived from the Latin word probare (approve , esteem, commend; let; show to be real, true)
derived from the Latin word proba (proof; evidence)
derived from the Latin word probare (approve , esteem, commend; let; show to be real, true)
derived from the Latin word proba (proof; evidence)
derived from the Latin word probare (approve , esteem, commend; let; show to be real, true)
derived from the Latin word proba (proof; evidence)
derived from the English word reproven
derived from the Anglo-Norman word repruver
derived from the Old French word reprover
derived from the Late Latin word reprobare (condemn; reject)
using the Latin prefix re-
derived from the Latin word probare (approve , esteem, commend; let; show to be real, true)
derived from the Latin word proba (proof; evidence)
derived from the Latin word probare (approve , esteem, commend; let; show to be real, true)
derived from the Latin word proba (proof; evidence)
derived from the Latin word probare (approve , esteem, commend; let; show to be real, true)
derived from the Latin word proba (proof; evidence)
derived from the Latin word probare (approve , esteem, commend; let; show to be real, true)
derived from the Latin word proba (proof; evidence)
derived from the Latin word probare (approve , esteem, commend; let; show to be real, true)
derived from the Latin word proba (proof; evidence)
derived from the Latin word probare (approve , esteem, commend; let; show to be real, true)
derived from the Latin word proba (proof; evidence)
derived from the Latin word probare (approve , esteem, commend; let; show to be real, true)
derived from the Old French word reprueve
derived from the Old French word reprover
derived from the Late Latin word reprobare (condemn; reject)
using the Latin prefix re-
derived from the Latin word probare (approve , esteem, commend; let; show to be real, true)
derived from the Latin word proba (proof; evidence)
derived from the Latin word probare (approve , esteem, commend; let; show to be real, true)
derived from the Latin word proba (proof; evidence)
derived from the Latin word probare (approve , esteem, commend; let; show to be real, true)
derived from the Latin word proba (proof; evidence)
derived from the Latin word probare (approve , esteem, commend; let; show to be real, true)
derived from the Latin word proba (proof; evidence)
derived from the Latin word probare (approve , esteem, commend; let; show to be real, true)
derived from the Latin word proba (proof; evidence)
derived from the Latin word probare (approve , esteem, commend; let; show to be real, true)
derived from the Latin word proba (proof; evidence)
derived from the Latin word probare (approve , esteem, commend; let; show to be real, true)
derived from the Latin word proba (proof; evidence)
using the English suffix -al

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