[et veer] /ɛt ˈvɪər/
and husband (used chiefly in legal abstracts of title).
[ey-twee, et-wee] /eɪˈtwi, ˈɛt wi/ noun, plural etuis. 1. a small, often decorative case, especially one for needles, toilet articles, or the like. /ɛˈtwiː/ noun (pl) étuis 1. a small usually ornamented case for holding needles, cosmetics, or other small articles n. 1610s, from French étui, Old French estui (12c.) “case, box, container,” back-formation from […]
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[et-uh-mon] /ˈɛt əˌmɒn/ noun, plural etymons, etyma [et-uh-muh] /ˈɛt ə mə/ (Show IPA) 1. the linguistic form from which another form is historically derived, as the Latin cor “heart,” which is the etymon of English cordial, or the Indo-European *ḱ (e) rd-, which is the etymon of Latin cor, Greek kardía, Russian serdtse, and English […]