Etymon

Et"y*mon

(?), n.;
pl. E. Etymons (#), Gr. Etyma (#).
[L., fr. Gr. 'e`tymon the true literal sense of a word according to its derivation, an etymon, fr. true, real, prob, akin to Skr. sotya, E. sooth. See Sooth.] 1. An original form; primitive word; root.
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2. Original or fundamental signification. [R.]
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Given as the etymon or genuine sense of the word.
Coleridge.
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