mansuetude

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Etymology[edit]

Via Middle French mansuetude or directly from Latin mansuētūdō, from mansuētus, perfect passive participle of mansuēscō (I tame), from manus (hand) + suēscō (become accustomed).

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Noun[edit]

mansuetude (uncountable)

  1. (archaic) Gentleness, tameness.

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Noun[edit]

mansuetude f (plural mansuetudes)

  1. mansuetude; tameness; tameness

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